Essay about Three words that describe me

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Three Words That Describe Me

Using only three words to describe myself is hard, but if I had to choose I would describe myself as being honest, selfless, and understanding. Although I didn't start off being honest and understanding I'm glad I learned how to be because being this way makes me a better person. Theses three characteristics are important to me because I feel like if I didn't have them I wouldn't be able to better myself as a person. When I was younger I wasn't always honest, I thought by telling the truth I would get in trouble. I also thought it would be easier to lie. As I matured I realized that it take more energy to keep up with a lie rather then telling the truth from the beginning. Lying all the time
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Changing myself from being dishonest to an honest person was probably eh best decision I've ever made because I was able to gain my parents trust back and become a more reliable person, also I save a lot more energy by telling the truth. Honesty is an important value because it shows courage, it makes true to yourself and others, and it also shows maturity. Honest helps you keep relationships and build connections between people and keeps you out of trouble. Three Words That Describe Me

Using only three words to describe myself is hard, but if I had to choose I would describe myself as being honest, selfless, and understanding. Although I didn't start off being honest and understanding I'm glad I learned how to be because being this way makes me a better person. Theses three characteristics are important to me because I feel like if I didn't have them I wouldn't be able to better myself as a person. When I was younger I wasn't always honest, I thought by telling the truth I would get in trouble. I also thought it would be easier to lie. As I matured I realized that it take more energy to keep up with a lie rather then telling the truth from the beginning. Lying all the time led to my parents not trusting me, and when my parents didn't trust me they would question everything I did. Changing myself from being dishonest to an honest person was probably eh best decision I've ever

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