Your fingers aren’t only used to hold objects, or to write, fingers have a more valuable meaning. The pinky finger represents safety because it’s small and fragile. I feel safe when there are organized classrooms, friendly people around and students being respectful to other. When I see students sprinting down the hall as fast as a cheetah, I don’t feel safe in the risk of somebody getting hurt. Right now, to make others feel safe, I play with children at recess’s and comfort them if they get injured.
The finger that a ring goes on when a person is married symbolizes commitment. When I’m committed to an activity, I’m passionate about it and put my one hundred percent effort into it. I don’t skip practices unless I really need to. Even if I am committed to activities, I still make school my first priority.
The middle finger interprets respect. I respect others by listening to ideas, helping others and not excluding classmates unless there is a number limit in groups. I help the environment by not littering and by trying to use reusable utensils. Normally plastic utensils are coming at me screeching ” Don’t use me!” I respect myself by encouraging myself to do better and by thinking positively as much a possible.
When encouragement comes in place, my self-esteem becomes higher. The index finger represents encouragement. When a classmates says positive things about you, you feel that you’re a tremendously terrific person. You can believe in yourself more with encouragement. When you encourage others, they feel great about theirselves as well. It’s a win win situation!
The thumbs up sign stand for…FUN! My favourite sports are synchronized swimming, gymnastics, and basketball. I love to read, play the piano and clarinet. I like all subjects at school at am striving to learn more.