Viola (Cesario) is generous and kind because of the way she explains her thoughts to others and how she treats everyone surrounding her. At one point of the article she mentions how she knows a lot about the love women can feel for men and how their hearts are sensitive and loyal. When explaining this, she was talking about the way she feels but she was dressed as the guy so she had to put that in a way a guy would say it about females not herself. Viola is resourceful/strong/independent able to adapt to varying circumstances. When she was shipwrecked and was left all alone in a foreign land, Viola remains strong and immediately plans for her future, "to serve that lady". That shows that she indeed is independent and is able to think rationally and protect herself in the new circumstances she has faced. She solves the problems as it comes immediately and seeks alternative solutions when she is unable to get what she wants. Viola chooses the name Cesario and secures a position as a page working for the duke.
There might only be one thing I may have in common with Viola. One thing would be just like she decided to do what Orsino wanted her to do because she loved him even though it was to try and get him with another person, back in middle school I did something similar. There was a guy I liked but he liked someone else and because I had feelings for him I really didn't quite care if I was helping him get with someone else as long as he was happy and he noticed how nice I was to help him out.
The difference between Viola and me is that I did not fake being someone that I wasn't to get to the guy I liked. She dressed up as a guy and pretended to be one only to be by Orsino's side because she liked him. I only helped the guy I liked to get with another female but without pretending to be someone I'm not.