What A Depth of Character Truly Means

Have you seen someone so mysterious that you can't help but having that person sticks in your mind?

That person is so mysterious to you, because you just can't understand what makes them have a very strong opinion and conviction toward certain things.

You can't understand, because you don't experience what they experience.

And you never will, because you can't force experience to happen to you. You can't force experience.

And yet deep in your heart you wish you could have that genuine conviction towards something.

What a woman with depth of character looks like.

She is a woman who exudes the vibe of mystery form within.

She has that certain degree of bitterness out of experience in her.

She somehow has this strong conviction towards certain things in life and won't compromise about that thing.

She stands up for what she believes in, no matter what.

She lives as herself and doesn't pretend to be someone who is not. And because of this, she is perceive to have confidence in herself.

Why we respect people who has depth of character

Because they don't lie to themselves and won't lie to you. How to respect a person who lies to themselves, who always keep changing from one thing to another.

Be grateful of all the experience in your life, even the bad ones.

Because that's what makes you who you are. Your characters, your values, all influenced by your experience. It's what makes you unique because no one else will experience the series of events exactly like yours.

There must be a reason why you are so particular and so firm about something. This is influenced by your past.

If you play Batman Telltale Series, you will see that the main character, Bruce Wayne, will not be so strong against crimes if he had not experience the pain of losing his parents. He even disguised himself as Batman to obliterate crime, not for money, nothing but for his conviction.

People with depth of character doesn't reject their emotions.

Because that's what makes you who you are. Your characters, your values, all influenced by your experience. It's what makes you unique because no on

What if I just don't have that much bad experience that nothing relates to me.

Well you can't force it. Maybe you grow up in a well to do family that you have never experienced anything that has a great impact into shaping who you are.

One thing you can do is to feel your own emotions and take the time to recollect why that happens.

You don't have to pretend that you believe in something when you don't, just because some self-improvement books tell you to.

What you can do is, accept their theory as a hypothesis, and then prove it that it true. If it is true, the live by it. And if you spot a flaw, you take note of it.

The next time you meet a person that you really want him to like you, let go of that need and enjoy the moment instead.

Because even if they like you, they won't like you for you anyway.