I tend to alternate between completely being enamored with humankind and hating everyone. I think it's because I have a very idealistic approach to people, and expect the best from everyone. When I see examples of people being good and kind to each other, it makes me proud. When I see examples of people being selfish and greedy, I feel let down. I'm trying to change the world one interaction at a time. I'm that girl who will talk to anyone, it really bothers me that so many people pass through their days with headphones on their ears or other ways of shutting everyone out of their world. We are social creatures, even though we live in a modern international society, that doesn't mean we should neglect our community and our neighbors.I don't expect myself or anyone else to be perfect. I just try to see things from another's perspective and be kind! It's pretty simple, really. I have been a vegetarian for 13 years, mainly stemming from moral issues. I don't believe it is wrong to eat meat, however, but that is a story for another time. I would probably be vegan if cheese wasn't so damn delicious! Umm, let's see. My family is very important to me, as are my friends, and I like the line to blur a bit in between the two. I have known my best friend for 20 years now. I believe that when you find a good friend, you should keep 'em!Overall personality/style wise, I like to think of myself as a hippie/punk/ghettofa bulous/feminine-femi nist/non-conformist. Maybe.