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Which one quality is more important for every human being and why?

Updated on May 7, 2011

My opinion of the most important human quality.

Well this is a very interesting question because it has many different answers or actually I should say opinions. There are many many different qualities and human characteristics that make up an individual and not everyone will agree on any certain one that is to be considered the most important. What one person may consider to be the most important quality may not be thought of as the right one by the next person.

However in my opinion I am going to say personality is the most important human quality to me. By saying personality I am covering several different qualities instead of just one. What makes up a persons personality is very important because it defines each and every individual differently and makes us all unique. Personalities are also used as a tool when deciding who to be friends with, who to date, who to hire and so on. A person with an outgoing, giving, honest, reliable, positive or optimistic, and loving attitude may be thought of as successful and a good type of person not only to be around as a friend but also a good husband, wife, or employee. Then there are people still with all those same qualities with maybe being shy instead of being an outgoing sort of person. To some people the difference of being outgoing or shy will make a difference to their opinion of the type of person that someone is. There are also negative personality traits or at least what I consider to be negative. These traits include dishonesty, insulting and judgemental, negative or pessimistic, disloyal, thieving, greedy, and hateful. These characteristics I generally tend to stay away from these kinds of people as they tend to cause a lot of trouble not to mention hurt your individual reputation with family, employers, neighbors and friends. Additionally there are many traits that are considered to be good that can also be a bad thing say if someone is overly giving or too outgoing. What it comes down to is your personal choice. That is why I say personality is the most important quality because personality can be the difference in your life's outcome.

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    • weblog profile image

      weblog 

      10 years ago from 1India

      Nice hub. I agree with Shalini.

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      shailini 

      10 years ago from Bangalore, India

      Thats a very good insight. A collection of good traits can only make a good person, I agree.

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      Dorothy Cooper 

      10 years ago from Deltona Fl

      G-ma I wasnt trying to imply that being shy is a bad thing in fact I am outgoing however I am also shy at times when I first meet someone. I was trying more to make a point as to maybe if you were an employer for a sales company that handles face to face sales with a client they would be more apt maybe in some cases to hire an outgoing person as opposed to someone who seems shy. That was all I meant by the sentance To some people the difference of being outgoing or shy will make a difference to their opinion of the type of person that someone is. Actually I have a friend that is so shy that you are lucky to get more then a sentence out of her in a conversation. So no I do not think that shy is bad I hope I was not implying that as I did not intend it that way.

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      Merle Ann Johnson 

      10 years ago from NW in the land of the Free

      Nicely done dear..I have one comment about "shy"..I am shy at first and take it all in before you may get to know me. sometimes slowly is better...Not saying one is snotty or anything,,,just cautious..and maybe for a good reason..Otherwise I totally agree with all that you said. G-Ma :o) hugs

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