To answer your question I would say that I am a keen observer. I like to stay aloof to observe things happening, which I have often found insufficient and disconcerting, something that others might interpret as indifference, cold heartedness, and even disrespect. But I do not blame them as often I cannot help but stand and watch important situations unfolding. There has been such sadness in my earlier life that I always wished to be part of life's fullness, but was destined to experience most important things from a distance. You see, when things that you need to have are but out of your reach but not out of your sight they become idealised, a world of their own. There is one thing however that I cannot deny and cannot be less thankful for, and that is, I have been a very natural and inquisitive mind all my life. I feel now that I have been well+compensated for things I missed out. It has been a long time since I was a little imaginative child, that sometimes I still am but in a positive sense. I have grown out of many of my lacks. And I have learnt great things by being a mere observers and not an accomplished participant of life. But many of the thing that learnt from are the things that I watched as they happen to me along to way. This therefore is not something that I would like to suggest to someone unless otherwise for a good reason or a purpose. I have beginning to realise it does not really matter if you are a pragmatic person, a keen observer, or fantastically given to wonder. If you become sensible and sufficiently good at just one thing the rest of the things will follow. And sooner of later you will realise your own peculiarities. Besides, one may wonder about life, its intricacies, its magic and its questions most of the time and still end up with a pressing dream, an ambitions, and desires. Being just an observer can teach great wisdom that is in the proceedings and the ultimate consequences of all things. Even people who are most pragmatic, will eventually have to learn from watching others doing things better, and to have a dream or two of their own.