I am Ravenclaw, through and through. I have considered both Gryffindor and Slytherin, and I have decided that both are inadequate. Gryffindor is often too focused on self-denial; the needs of the individual tend to get neglected which can cause problems of their own. Slytherin is too hollow and empty; it's striving for things and looking for them in all the wrong places.

The path of Ravenclaw is superior to both. One important aspect is that, by seeking knowledge, it includes human psychology. Because it does this, because it seeks knowledge of ourselves and others, it is possible to arrive at a proper means of behavior without dependence on social norms, traditions or popular opinion.