If you think people judge you by the way you look, you're wrong. In my Perspective, I believe people judge you by your attitude. I've believed this since second grade when I started making friends who are happy just like me. Now that I am older, sometimes grumpy people want to be my friend. They want to be my friend because my happy attitude makes a good vibe in the air. A happy attitude sounds like people laughing. It feels like your stomach curling from laughing too much. It looks like people smiling.
People like depending on me to make them feel good. When teachers don't know how to deal with screaming babies in the classroom, they ask me to take time out of my recess to cheer them up. It works once in a while, but most of the time the kids say they don't want to listen to me. I have learned that if you keep trying to make them laugh, it works eventually.
My friends are the people that first explained my attitude to me. Some say I am stubborn but most say I'm happy. I don't think I am stubborn, but I'm not always happy. I also got my attitude from my dad. My dad is funny and happy just like me. Not only is he happy, but he is stubborn, too. He likes to do stuff his own way.
My attitude gets me in trouble, but it can also get me out of trouble. With my attitude I can make people who are sad feel happy.
At the end of the day, I feel that your attitude is the most important thing in life.