We are different in our own way. (It sounds too vague, but it is true.)
For instance, I will talk to you about my friends, and family.
- Every time she explores a great view for the first time, she is snapping a picture of it. Surprisingly, she does it only for her own photo album, not social media.
"Do you want a picture?" I always ask her.
Most importantly, I have improved a lot in taking pictures
- Throughout his life, Jon was never a jump shooter in basketball, until recently. He barely plays basketball every single day.
"You are a meditator." I tell him, after every pickup basketball game.
He has taught me to relax my mind, even if my jump shot is not falling.
- Uncle Jun gets discounts, and deals through his persuasion.
"You know how to sweet talk," I tell him.
He has shown me the master of persuasion, even though I am not gonna apply it.
- For the last 5 months, Kirby has been my personal trainer at the gym.
"Thank you, trainer." I tell him.
He has made me believe in progression.
- My mom is very superstitious.
"If it is what keeps you going and living, I respect your superstition," I tell her.
It is impressive how she trusts her loved ones, such as her family and friends.
- My dad enjoys playing video games, such as his Xbox One game, "Gears of War 4."
"This is our only father-and-son bonding time," I tell him.
Anybody can play video games.
I am entertained by their differences. Also, I have learned from them.
I cannot force somebody to change. I can only change myself.
Do what you gotta do. It is your choice. It is your life.
It is understanding who people are, and making adjustments.