John Paul Character Analysis

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Dressed as he generally would, with no fancy attributes, John Paul struck me as a humorous and whimsical person. When we met each other for the first time, I expected quite a few jokes to be cracked and numerous humorous moments to come my way. In a very few moments we had had previously, he sounded funny and acted funny as well! So, the best I could do was consider him funny. Thanks to the conversation we had, he is no longer only a funny person to me. By now, I am aware that he carries some serious traits as well. John Paul, in my eyes, is an orthodoxical humorous, optimistic and ambitious person, all of which I didn’t know before.
A person showcasing a smile most often turns out to be humorous. This trait in itself is a blessing in disguise. John Paul, later to be known as JP, is nothing if not fully committed to the full dose of humor. This, to those who are up close to him, is well known and highly regarded as well. Despite the degree of gravity in the queries tossed towards him, one can for sure expect to be returned with a laughter or a smile, at least! When tackled with query
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“One day, I will be richer than Bill Gates!” he began. That, for one thing, should be good enough to analyze and classify him as a highly zealous person. Focusing in his college career, he informed me that he is yet to have a specific classified major. Talking of his indecision when it comes to finding a true passion and commitment to a particular field, he said, “This morning, I wished to fly while yesterday was all about my dream of owning my own business.” Cutting me off, with the same glare and dedication in his eyes, he claimed that the hunger to be rich is still there despite being unsure of which field to embrace. He was quick to add that his ability to prosper under pressure and succeed is something that he believes can sail him across all the extremities that lie ahead in this ocean of

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