Are you stubborn as a grass stain or as easy going as a light breeze on a warm day? Tell us about the ways in which you’re stubborn — which issues make you dig your heels in and refuse to budge?

I am undeniably the grass stain. I am stubborn to a ridiculous degree. 

But, as my mother always says, sometimes stubborness is a good thing. If you are stubborn about the right things.

I am stubborn about what I believe. When I have found something I know is true and worth dedicating my life to, I cling to it, against all the waves of opposition.

My faith in God is unshaking. My love for my family is unrelenting. My convictions and morals are unswerving. 

No matter how many people think I’m foolish or too proper, I will not fade. Because I know that what I am clinging to is true and right and wholesome. It will bring me happiness and a solid life. Now and in the eternity to come.