A. Create as much as possible, love deeply, and enjoy every moment.
A. Thinking about myself before others. It's hard not to do, but I'm working on it.
A. If we are talking historical literary character, I'd go with The Fool, from King Lear. This might be partially due to loving the book Fool by Christopher Moore, but I loved Lear when I studied it in college and always wondered about this character. He seems smart and put together, but he follows this raving mad man around the countryside. I'd want to know why and what he got out of it.
A. This one is tough. I really like the tragic ones. Frankenstein's monster, Darth Vader or even Capt. Ahab (The whale is the hero of that one, right?)
A. Is 'being tall' a talent? Because I'd really like to do that. Be tall I mean.