What Makes A Person? Essay

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“As a person, I’m pretty much the same except I have come to terms with who my real friends and supporters are. I don 't get particularly friendly with new people at the first go” (Dutt). In life I accepted and came to terms with who my legitimate friends are, and wrapped up in that I obtained knowledge from my mistakes, mistakes that I called friends, I have built my walls up and I have put a passage in my walls, only for a specific and sparse few to come through. I have had some hard knocks; on the other hand that is what makes me human. Friendship is of substance to me, on the grounds that I have been friendless; I know how it feels to have people tear me down. Stripping my dignity from me limb from limb, slowly causing me to deflate like a balloon, to the point I feel lesser than a mouse crumb. However, I have my real friends to construct me into a skyscraper. Friends help me to trust people with my emotions and thoughts, when I didn’t have trust for anyone. Friends help me to learn how to laugh at myself, my mistakes, and most vitally to laugh at the stuff that pains me the most. I value friendship as a result of my past experiences and not having had any friends, friends teaching me how to trust people, they teach me how to laugh when quite frankly laughing seems nearly impossible, and they mentor me on how to stay light hearted, friends take the stress life brings and throws it away.

I have learned oodles from my past experiences involving friends. In the…

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