Over a while I’ve realized that the human psyche is much like an onion. To truly understand the core personality of a person one must peel off the layers of his behavior, attitude and personality. In the end what we find, however, is nothing. But in finding nothing, we realize that the layers themselves have the flavor. It’s the little things that matter. That one time you had a lot of fun playing basketball, or that one hike that went wrong. It’s these things that make us human. Our innermost personality is shaped by how we interact with the world around us. External influences do play a vital role in one’s character. By the way, if you read through the entire thing and liked it, why not follow @grovartraghav - my art account for similar insightful painting, sculptures and photographs.
‘Life's just a bunch of accidents, connected by one perfect end.’ -Daniel C. Tomas Thank you everyone for a wonderful 6 years. Our time here is done (well not really IB’s there). VM Mahey trophy for the Best Environmentalist. Science Master’s Trophy for best Extra Curricular work in the sciences