The energy which drives itself is the foremost characteristic I look up to. Whenever I confront it, I look at it in awe and try to inspect it. My experience so far, limited as it is, has lead me to two kind of conclusions over these "extra bubbly" people. They are either too vulnerable, and so remain hyperactive and motive driven to maintain their sanity(sometimes without even knowing it). Or, they are among those few people who have seen the abyss of their lives and have felt the pain of losing everything.
In either case, the way they carry themselves is always impressive. I believe in the power of circumstances in making one stronger. Most people feel a point of absolute low in their lives before they turn 20. But only very few take lessons to build a sharp character around it.
Back to this person I was talking about, I think he belongs to the second category, or at-least, I hope so. This is the category which if feeds itself right, goes to create a beautiful tomorrow, both for themselves and for people around them. The key is to let a person be. If one has faced his life all by himself, as it is supposed to be, and fought his way out of it, can he assume to draw an extraordinary life. It would be wrong to assume that financial stability or a strong family backing would ever interfere in this process. An emotional low knows no bounds and no reason. That is where one builds oneself and comes out shining as a diamond. That is where the basic instincts take a new shape and that is what excites me. It is amazing to time and again bump against such people and look up at the sky and thank the one who does this to make a person what he is supposed to be!
There is a reason why diamond shines the way it does :)