In the past, I used to think I was highly intelligent. This has been fixed now. I spend a lot of time reading, but prefer that it be kept short. All in all, I feel like I am living in an Escher lithograph
( not familiar ? check any psychology book ). I tend to focus on areas where I know I need to improve myself. I have been told by my last teacher that I am a pessimist. The same one who also taught me ",Your not as smart as you thought you were now , huh ?"
She would tell me I was a negative person because, I always expect the worst of things that can happen. Of course, I respected all of my teachers in my life, for they had knowledge that I lacked and so needed.from he. Plus my hunger for learning has never been quenched too. I listened words of wisdom and took them to heart, because I knew she truly cared for me.
I do not agree with her anymore, so I beg to differ with her evaluations (assumptions) of me. When I think of the worst that can happen, from that point I optimistically know that things will only get better from now on. I know that I do not always think of the worst that can happen too, because in all my dark imagination I never even dreamed that while she was teaching me this stuff, she was rekindling an old flame with the only man that ever dumped her. She never taught me that either, I learned it all by myself. I also learned at that time that no matter how bad I think it can get, it indeed can be worse than I could ever imagine.
Something I did learn from that education though was, I possess the loyalty of a dog, which is weird to me, because I am a cat person. I have learned too, that I am looking for an honorable teacher this time. I want one who has my interests in her heart as well as her own. I would like her to beautiful to my eyes as well, because chemistry is important. I am not interested in just a pretty face however; unless she has a brain
inside it that works. Oh yeah that is provided that the brain is covered by beautiful hair, for that is where real beauty is found
(just kidding). I admit I do like pretty hair. Hope to find you out there teach. Sincerely, Tim