100 Most Important Human Traits
Numbers 86 Through 90
This comes from a list of the 100 Most Important Human Traits as printed in the Investor’s Business Daily Newspaper a few year’s back.
After listing each trait, I’m going to define the key words from each trait. Your task is to think about these traits and make the appropriate changes in your life to put them into place.
Self – A personal or thing referred to with respect to complete individuality. A person’s character or nature.
Sufficiency – The state of being adequate for the purpose. Enough. State of being able to provide enough.
87. Sense of humor
Sense – A more or less vague perception or impression. A realization or recognition.
Humor – The faculty of expressing the amusing or comical. An amusing or comical disposition or temperament.
88. Service to others
Service – An act of helpful activity.
Others – Different or distinct from the one mentioned or implied. Different from one’s self.
Sharing – The act of using, participating in, enjoying, receiving jointly. To have a part. To divide, apportion, or receive equally.
90. Social skills
Social – Living or disposed to live in companionship with others or in a community, rather than in isolation. Of oer pertaining to human society.
Skills – A set of abilities coming from one’s knowledge, practice, aptitude, etc., to do something well. Competent excellence in performance; expertness.
Until next time, may you find your path by walking it . . .
Stanley F. Bronstein
Agent of SuperChange