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“You know, when I’m making tea, I always make sure there’s enough water in case someone else wants some.” She explained that this philosophy extended into everyday life, where she tried to be aware of ways to share and be generous in general.; to be aware of the effect her presence has on others, especially when traveling or as a guest in someone’s home; to err on the side of kindness in her interactions with people (especially teachers).
But, you know, she’s a teenager, so even though she manages to be charming when we’re out in the world, she can still be a selfish kid and a pain in the ass.