Big Rowan Ackison (greensh) wrote,
Big Rowan Ackison

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When somebody calls a person a “genuine person”, what does this mean? It is not Genuine People Personalities ("GPP") which imbue their products with intelligence and emotion (reference Sirius Cybernetics Corporation) I have my own answer. I think a genuine person is relatively the same person across all aspects of their life. They can have sad time and happy times. Some people can put them on guard and others can be relaxing, but as a whole, they are what you see. You don’t have to wonder if there is a drastic transformation around the corner or some hidden aspect that will pop out if circumstances change.

I also believe this extends to all types of people, good or bad. In my opinion there is such a thing as an honest villain. They are true to themselves, doing whatever their nature calls out for them to do. Their misdeeds are driven by their genuine personality, and when caught by others, the villain acts their part with a twisted dignity. Maybe I like this concept because it delivers steady results against expectations. There are changes in life, even upsets, so I can’t rail against these. I believe I just ask people to be true to themselves, good or bad, and then I am given the opportunity to do the same.
Tags: genuine, gpp, honest, honesty, person

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