Born 3 years, 3 months ago
House: Tigereye Peak House (198/250)
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"In my travels, I aim to find a perfect meadow to start a new village for the less fortunate. I would probably be the mayor or the biggest financial supporter."
Birthday: July 24
Likes: Attention, birds, butterflies, gold, rainbows, shiny things
Dislikes: Dirtiness, dullness, seeing others sad, the dark
Eina usually surrounded herself with people she liked to be sociable with. One might say that she was the typical “rich girl” everyone liked because of her money and power. Though, in Eina’s case, it wasn’t exactly like that. She may have been a rich girl but she was certainly not associated with the kind of attitude one often finds with those kinds of beings. Eina was strong, polite, sweet and very much kind. Of course she seeked attention, just like every other rich being would, getting attention since childhood. Attention, however, did not blind her from what really mattered, and to her, what mattered most was the happiness of her guests and friends.
She often held parties, offering only the finest luxuries to the beings she knows. She wanted them to feel the same happiness and satisfaction that she felt living out her life. Eina wanted everyone else to feel what she felt, experience what she experienced and see what she saw. Life was precious and one had to take it the way it came. One would have to pave their own path for them to be happy. Life was magical.
Another sip of tea, another page,
The newspaper's got no good news today.
Fires, fights, the ambulances' bright lights.
The obituaries put Eina in dismay,
But she won't let anyone ruin her day.
She went for a walk to see the town.
To smell the flowers, to try some food,
And to look at all the neat things around.
She saw a butterfly that brightened her mood.
Later on her way home, she saw a sight.
A homeless mouse sitting outside.
She decided to take him home,
And show him he wasn't alone.
She fed him a feast,
And gave him new clothes.
She showed him that he wasn't the least,
And that he was someone special indeed.
The mouse later became a great salesman,
The mouse later become another great friend.
Greatness doesn't have to come from tragedy,
It can also come from a very large heart.
Eina had never been about me, me, me,
She'd always been giving others a fresh start.
Off to bed she went, another day lived,
Another chance to show the world how lovely it is.
From her bed she could see,
A rainbow butterfly flying free.
It perched on her window and bowed its head,
And flew off again with nothing more said.
Like a thanks from the universe.
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