It builds character

Agatha christy’s miss Marple will have to be the character I go with for now. She just has an air with her that exudes confidence. She breathes self assurance without ego. She is the very essence of being humble.

I am talking about being comfortable in oneself and space that,though one still maintains social interactions with the rest of the community she does not loose self in the process. I think she has a strange choice of hats and so does everyone in her circles but she sticks to her preferences.

She has an uncanny sense of logic. Whenever a murderer goes free for lack of proof to stick him or her to the crime, she always manages to put one and two together to finish the puzzle and let the picture of the naked truth reveal the events leading to the killings. Talk about the perfect detective!

I wouldn’t mind being so mindful of the tiniest of details that I could see beyond people’s intensions, and avoid being victim to ill intenders. Or even be more empathetic to wards others. Tell me I would’nt be a swell character!

The very detectives or police whom she would have ousted and shamed through solving the cases, feel not belittled for she has a way of giving them all the glory by not demanding a pat on the shoulder for being right. I do love complements and maybe its because of my birth placement or my sanguine nature. It would not hurt to have her decipline.

She reminds me of yet another character in yet another book to kill a mocking bird’ by Harper Lee Mr Atticus Finch, a very humble family man, lawyer by profession and a philanthropist.always going beyond and above duty for those around him and strangers alike.

Being an advocate of the oppressed and misjudged. Hero fibers weaved every cell of their beings, one can only pray some was left,to knead into his or her own character.

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3 Responses to It builds character

  1. Pingback: Daily Prompts: It builds Character | Chronicles of an Anglo Swiss

  2. tlmillsbooks says:

    I would have to go with Jay Gatsby – his unshakeable belief in his American Dream exudes a sense of innocence naivete that is so rare in the world today.

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