My favorite month would be the current one, as January is that time when
you have a whole year ahead of you and you have so many important
decisions to make and you can just think of all the special things that
you did last year and reminiscence and maybe do something better.
It's also a time of realizing mistakes committed in the past and trying
to make it right and it's the time for resolutions.
Whether we follow resolutions for the rest of the year or not we at
least follow 'New Year Resolutions' at least in January. :P
Basically, a fresh start and turning over a new page in life's book.
I like summer too. One reason I chose University of Florida is because
of the climate here in Florida. I prefer hot because you don't have to
wear extra clothing to save you from the weather. But there is one
problem: if it becomes too hot -> It's going to be unbearable.
Especially with humidity.
But otherwise it will be fun to be go out on a bright summer day, play
something outdoors, go on a trekking expedition and have a picnic or get
together with friends or just hit the swimming pool.
Facebook. Definitely any notification that keeps popping up. YouTube
suggestions are such an evil trap actually. They kind of trap you in
some limbo playlist where you are held prisoner and you realize it only
when you see the first video that you saw come back again in a loop or
suggestion and you are like "Oh God, I really need to get out of here"
It should be regarded that all life is important. But yes, we think we
are more important ans animals become dumb victims.
Best way to answer is this:
Put a scenario where you could save a loved one or an animal. What would
Ideal stuff even for animal lovers won't seem ideal when it gets
It's just because we see animals in zoos and all that we even consider
this question as we are causing imbalance to nature. So we must stop
that. For, if we do that then it shouldn't be a problem because no wild
animal is going to think of saving your life when one of its species'
life is at stake.
I'm definitely an ambivert, but more on the introvert side! As much as I
like being social and love helping people, even strangers, I shudder
small, non-sensible talks. In fact I hate small talks and feel
uncomfortable while doing so. I like being with friends but again gangs
and groups don't suit me. I'd rather sit at home and read my favourite
book or have a Netflix marathon rather than clubbing or partying. I
really don't know how to be a total extrovert!