We know that our personality traits are made up of facets that make up who we are, but it has to depend on what those facets are.
For example, it’s okay for the person who is easy to talk to and is a conversationalist because that works beautifully, but what about someone else who continues to be spiteful, selfish and who has a propensity for lying to avoid responsibility?
Although our personalities encompass the actions and decisions we make even though we know we cannot change our personality, we can change certain aspects of our personality. By taking active steps we will become more balanced individuals. Understanding our personality traits allow us to make our journey towards self-discovery.
When we learn to give our best and others benefit we become better people. And where some of our personality traits are characteristically brought about through family, in other words it’s what we’ve seen, what we’ve picked up and what we’ve got away with over the years, it’s now important we challenge and mould into the possible best version of ourselves.
It is always important we challenge our thinking so that we can make positive changes to our personality and so that we can do better, as I have aspired to do.
Society and the world is depending on it.