Personal Reflection: Myself

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Reflection Paper: Myself Some of the sources have found that, it’s difficult to measure yourself and person’s upbringing’s roles in shaping his life as many societal parameters and variables are responsible for person’s mental and physical state and his prestige in the society. In the world, each person goes through the changes with the passage of time and emerges as a special person with unalike personality, talent and attitude (Cheung, 1993). On this note, being Caucasian, one of the paramount races of the humankind and the population of this race is mostly belongs to diverse regions such as Europe, North Africa, Western Asia, Central Asia, and South Asia. My upbringing is also diverse such as my race concentration as having Dutch father,…show more content…
If we take it to more macro level, our own identity also serves as a starting point to know ourselves. Talking about myself, I belong to the Caucasian race, fundamentally spreads all over the world, from Europe to Asia and every so often, labeled as the White American. This race covers the area from Europe to the end of south Asia and so has the unfathomable diversity in values, identity, expectation, and status and ethnicity minutes. For my part, I am a kid of a Dutch father and Czech mother. My parents’ countries almost have thousand kilometers away from each other. The distance of thousand brings more diversity in my upbringing as having miscellaneous background…show more content…
Aged people always are given priority and power distribution tasks to control the society. In day to day lives, to withstand the heat of the battle, they have a tendency to support each other monetarily and emotionally. Furthermore, their religion, culture and traditions together with family have a higher priority over the official laws. Taking on my personal identity creating factors, being a child of Dutch father, I can relate myself with emphasizing upon egalitarianism, exclusivity and modernism. I have received a handful of values and attitudes from my Dutch father such as belief in modesty, self-reliance, and simplicity. Even, somewhat I am discourteous caused by my Dutch father’s attitude of openness and frankness in daily dealings. In my opinion, we are honest and straightforward, while any kind of transactions in our daily life. My animosity for bragging is also the result of my father’s Dutch background, which hates know-it-all
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