The Devil of a Deer
Who am I ? Am I a leaping deer or a fortunate Goddess? Does my name define who I am?
Absolutely not! I do not agree with the meaning of my name because I am not calm, graceful, and a fortunate person like a deer or goddess Lakshmi.
First, I am not a tranquil person. For instance, I get easily agitated for small things and I panic a lot even when a small problem occurs. Moreover, I am aggressive and ferocious when it comes to competition and when someone irritates me.
Second of all, I am not graceful like a feather. For instance, when I am baking or writing (my hobbies) I like to do things quickly because what matters more is finishing my tasks and not checking the quality. My mind replicates a stopwatch. I don’t like to take my time in anything. Another example is I am a hot mess and do my work very messily, and my handwriting, my desk, and kitchen proves this fact. I feel that messing things up and making mistakes makes life lively.
Lastly, I am extremely unfortunate. For example, in every single competition I enter, I always end up being the runner up or take the second place because the judges say I am always missing just a bit of the finesse or the firecracker in me didn’t burst to its maximum. Additionally, when I wish for something on my birthday or the beginning of the new year, I make a list of goals for my future, but I don't get them. Consequently, I break all the wishes and goals I have asked for. On New Year’s day this year, I promised myself I would wake up at 5 o'clock and do yoga, but the next day, I ended up in my bed at 12 in the afternoon!
In conclusion, living up to your name’s expectation is too much of a burden, so even if you bend the expectations of your name, you are still who you are and your name doesn’t have to define your personality and preferences in life.
Does your name reflect who you are? Yes? No? State three reasons, and provide specific examples and details explaining why you think so.