Understanding what each personality trait is and what it means to score high or low in that trait can give you insight into your own personality—without taking a personality traits test. It can also help you better understand others, based on where they fall on the continuum for each of the personality traits listed.
Trait theories of personality have long attempted to pin down exactly how many traits exist. Earlier theories have suggested various numbers. For instance, Gordon Allport’s list contained 4,000 personality traits, Raymond Cattell had 16 personality factors, and Hans Eysenck offered a three-factor theory.
People who are high in this personality trait also tend to be more adventurous and creative. Conversely, people low in this personality trait are often much more traditional and may struggle with abstract thinking.
High Very creative Open to trying new things Focused on tackling new challenges Happy to think about abstract concepts
Low Dislikes change Does not enjoy new things Resists new ideas Not very imaginative Dislikes abstract or theoretical concepts
High Spends time preparing Finishes important tasks right away Pays attention to detail Enjoys having a set schedule
Low Dislikes structure and schedules Makes messes and doesn’t take care of things Fails to return things or put them back where they belong Procrastinates important tasks Fails to complete necessary or assigned tasks
High Enjoys being the center of attention Likes to start conversations Enjoys meeting new people Has a wide social circle of friends and acquaintances Finds it easy to make new friends Feels energized when around other people Say things before thinking about them
Low Prefers solitude Feels exhausted when having to socialize a lot Finds it difficult to start conversations Dislikes making small talk Carefully thinks things through before speaking Dislikes being the center of attention
Agreeableness This personality trait includes attributes such as trust, altruism, kindness, affection, and other prosocial behaviors.1 People who are high in agreeableness tend to be more cooperative while those low in this personality trait tend to be more competitive and sometimes even manipulative.
High Has a great deal of interest in other people Cares about others Feels empathy and concern for other people Enjoys helping and contributing to the happiness of other people Assists others who are in need of help
Low Takes little interest in others Doesn’t care about how other people feel Has little interest in other people’s problems Insults and belittles others Manipulates others to get what they want
High Experiences a lot of stress Worries about many different things Gets upset easily Experiences dramatic shifts in mood Feels anxious Struggles to bounce back after stressful events
Low Emotionally stable Deals well with stress Rarely feels sad or depressed Doesn’t worry much Is very relaxed
How to Use the 5 Personality Traits Where you fall on the continuum for each of these five primary traits can be used to help identify whether you are more or less likely to have other more secondary personality traits. These other traits are often split into two categories: positive personality traits and negative personality traits.
Positive Personality Traits Positive personality traits are traits that can be beneficial to have. These traits may help you be a better person or make it easier to cope with challenges you may face in life. Personality traits that are considered positive include:
Negative Personality Traits Negative personality traits are those that may be more harmful than helpful. These are traits that may hold you back in your life or hurt your relationships with others. (They’re also good traits to focus on for personal growth.) Personality traits that fall in the negative category include:
Technology takes a new path every day and astonishes the world with the amount of innovations that facilitate people’s lifestyle, its dark side may be starting to show some effects. Cameras are a good example of this. After it was used in the past to record after moments, especially the happy ones, it is now used for espionage, especially the small, cheap cameras that some people use to stole the dumb people’s pictures and videos.
Hidden cameras are cheap and public places often have hidden cameras to spy on the innocent children and women round about towns. This problem is soaring year by year.
But in this video, we show you smart ways to use your phone to discover these cameras and surveillance equipments.
please check it out in this video
may the world cease this illegal stealing of children and women’s privacy
don’t think this is not your problem. you, too, are under surveillance without knowing you’ve been to publicly or privately. so, don’t help steal others’ privacy. the most destructive surveillance is when your neighbors are selling your shits.
The land of gold The land of mountains The land of rivers Once filled with joy and laughters Once full of peace and tranquility Once had kings and queens Where do they gone? What has happened or is happening to this land of innocence? Why are there many unfolded mysteries? Now the land is having many drugs. Now the land is captured behind the crime associations. Now the land is living without knowing what is going on but just exists as under controlled, heavily surveillance situation.
This exotic city in one corner of the south east asia is under pressure of all sorts of trafficking and exploitation. All the people of this land had lost their authority to the foreign intruders such as military coup, and several disguised people who are playing the laws outside of their countries.
Though, the peaceful beautiful people are living in harmony with the strangers who robbed their land.
It’s heartbreaking to know, but this people who have kindness and consideration are always ready to help other people who are in troubles.
They don’t even think the outsiders are exploiting them. They just live harmlessly in harmony with the mountains, rivers.
They are such a charming and lovely people who like to dance and sing.
Though, they can not turn back the time of glory, but they just don’t care anything but just living peacefully.
Oh, how I want to help them to get the good healthcare and education.
God, if I ever have a fair opportunity, I’d help these quiet, peaceful and sacrificing beautiful people.
Many cunning people sucked the wealth out of this land with many outlaws activities.
God, please end this tragedy for the shan people as well as all over the world.
These days, many reckless illegal crimes are happening almost every month. Why? Why can’t we stop exploiting each other? We already have many good technologies to make a better economy that can share the wealth without having to kill each other. Why are we stucking in the disgusted situation? Why?
We, humans, have limited time to tack with the extreme climate disaster. Why not quitting living a stressful life?
May the hidden crimes be ceased. May there be human rights to every human.
note:this is the video for human rights and climate awareness.
Quite literally, the term “philosophy” means, “love of wisdom.” In a broad sense, philosophy is an activity people undertake when they seek to understand fundamental truths about themselves, the world in which they live, and their relationships to the world and to each other.
Epistemology is the branch of philosophy that studies knowledge. Epistemologists examine putative sources of knowledge, including perceptual experience, reason, memory, and testimony. They also investigate questions about the nature of truth, belief, justification, and rationality.
Philosophical skepticism, which raises doubts about some or all claims to knowledge, has been a topic of interest throughout the history of philosophy. It arose early in Pre-Socratic philosophy and became formalized with Pyrrho, the founder of the earliest Western school of philosophical skepticism. It features prominently in the works of modern philosophers René Descartes and David Hume and has remained a central topic in contemporary epistemological debates.
One of the most notable epistemological debates is between empiricism and rationalism. Empiricism places emphasis on observational evidence via sensory experience as the source of knowledge. Empiricism is associated with a posteriori knowledge, which is obtained through experience (such as scientific knowledge). Rationalism places emphasis on reason as a source of knowledge. Rationalism is associated with a priori knowledge, which is independent of experience (such as logic and mathematics).
One central debate in contemporary epistemology is about the conditions required for a belief to constitute knowledge, which might include truth and justification. This debate was largely the result of attempts to solve the Gettier problem. Another common subject of contemporary debates is the regress problem, which occurs when trying to offer proof or justification for any belief, statement, or proposition. The problem is that whatever the source of justification may be, that source must either be without justification (in which case it must be treated as an arbitrary foundation for belief), or it must have some further justification (in which case justification must either be the result of circular reasoning, as in coherentism, or the result of an infinite regress, as in infinitism).
A spiritual gift or charism (plural: charisms or charismata; in Greek singular: χάρισμα charisma, plural: χαρίσματα charismata) is an extraordinary power given by the Holy Spirit. These are believed by followers to be supernatural graces which individual Christians need (and which were needed in the days of the Apostles) to fulfill the mission of the Church. In the narrowest sense, it is a theological term for the extraordinary graces given to individual Christians for the good of others and is distinguished from the graces given for personal sanctification, such as the Seven Gifts of the Holy Spirit and the fruit of the Holy Spirit.
These abilities, often termed “charismatic gifts”, are the word of knowledge, increased faith, the gifts of healing, the gift of miracles, prophecy, the discernment of spirits, diverse kinds of tongues, interpretation of tongues. To these are added the gifts of apostles, prophets, teachers, helps (connected to service of the poor and sick), and governments (or leadership ability) which are connected with certain offices in the Church. These gifts are given by the Holy Spirit to individuals, but their purpose is to build up the entire Church. They are described in the New Testament, primarily in 1 Corinthians 12, Romans 12,and Ephesians 4. 1 Peter 4 also touches on the spiritual gifts.
The gifts are related to both seemingly “natural” abilities and seemingly more “miraculous” abilities, empowered by the Holy Spirit. The two major opposing theological positions on their nature is that they ceased long ago or that they continue (Cessationism versus Continuationism).
Christians understand the spiritual gifts to be enablements or capacities that are divinely bestowed upon individuals. Because they are freely given by God, these cannot be earned or merited. Though worked through individuals, these are operations or manifestations of the Holy Spirit—not of the gifted person. They are to be used for the benefit of others, and in a sense they are granted to the church as a whole more than they are given to individuals. There is diversity in their distribution—an individual will not possess all of the gifts.The purpose of the spiritual gifts is to edify (build up), exhort (encourage), and comfort the church.
It is generally acknowledged that Paul did not list all of the gifts of the Spirit, and many believe that there are as many gifts as there are needs in the body of Christ. The gifts have at times been organized into distinct categories based on their similarities and differences to other gifts. Some divide them into three categories using Old Testament offices. “Prophetic” gifts include any gift involving teaching, encouraging, or rebuking others. “Priestly” gifts include showing mercy and care for the needy or involve intercession before God. “Kingly” gifts are those involving church administration or government. Others categorize them into “gifts of knowledge” (word of wisdom, word of knowledge, distinguishing between spirits), “gifts of speech” (tongues, interpretation, prophecy), and “gifts of power” (faith, healing, miracles). The gifts have also been categorized as those that promote the inner growth of the church (apostle, prophecy, distinguishing between spirits, teaching, word of wisdom/knowledge, helps, and administration) and those that promote the church’s outer development (faith, miracles, healing, tongues, interpretation of tongues).
While not specifically defined as spiritual gifts in the Bible, other abilities and capacities have been considered as spiritual gifts by some Christians. Some are found in the New Testament such as: celibacy (1 Corinthians 7:7) fellowship hospitality (1 Peter 4:9–10) intercession (Romans 8:26–27) marriage (1 Corinthians 7:7)(effective) witnessing (Acts 1:8, 5:32, 26:22, 1 John 5:6) Others are found in the Old Testament such as: craftsmanship (such as the special abilities given to artisans who constructed the Tabernacle in Exodus 35:30–33) interpretation of dreams (e.g. Joseph and Daniel) in Genesis 43-50, Daniel 2 composing spiritual music, poetry, and prose.
please enjoy the bible quotes on the Holy Spiritual gifts to individuals to build up the entire Church, described in the New Testament, primarily in 1 Corinthians 12, Romans 12,and Ephesians 4. 1 Peter 4 in this video