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Which is Better: Introvert or Extrovert?

Let me tell you something that's as pointless as trying to catch a slippery eel with your bare hands - comparing an extrovert and an introvert! It's also like trying to compare a chatty parrot with a contemplative sloth - they're both awesome in their own way, but they have different personalities, strengths, and weaknesses. This is the focus of this blogpost. Firstly, extroverts are like social butterflies who flutter around from one person to the next, while introverts are more like solitary cats who prefer to curl up in a cozy corner with a good book. We have some famous extroverts like Ellen DeGeneres, who is known for her outgoing and bubbly personality. She loves being around people and making them laugh, and her talk show is all about spreading positivity and joy. Another famous extrovert is Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson, who is known for his larger-than-life persona both on and off screen. He's a natural born entertainer who loves to engage wit

Our Mistakes, Our Actions

We, human beings all make mistakes because no one is perfect. Sometimes, we act in a way that doesn't align with our intentions, and that is acceptable. It's common to act based on the information we have at the time, thereby increasing the chance of committing mistakes. However, it's also okay to not do anything, even if everything seems clear. Unfortunately, we often prefer to keep things the same because change can be scary. Our actions whether resulting to mistakes or right action is worth pondering on. This is the focus of this blogpost. As a human being, I am not perfect, and I know that I make mistakes, too. I have done things that I regret, said things that I wish I could take back, and made decisions that did not align with my values. But despite these shortcomings, I remain optimistic. I believe that acknowledging our imperfections is an important step towards growth and self-improvement. It is through our mistakes and failures that we learn va

Someone who is always available

The saying that comes to mind in this context is "absence makes the heart grow fonder." While being available to your partner is important in a relationship, having some distance and personal space can also be beneficial. It allows both partners to pursue their own interests, cultivate their own identities, and appreciate each other's presence when they come together again. When partners are constantly available to each other, they may take each other for granted and become complacent in the relationship. This can lead to a lack of effort and a decline in the quality of the relationship. However, if partners have some time apart, they may start to miss each other and appreciate each other's company even more when they reunite. Being always available in a romantic relationship can have both advantages and disadvantages. As a hopeless romantic, the idea of always being there for your partner may seem like the ultimate expression of love and devotion. For me,