Are You Someone With A Rare Personality?

 

 

Today we will be discussing an important topic Which Musical instrument are you? Music is one of the greatest gifts to humanity. Though I know that we only had created it but in my opinion it is pretty much damn insane. It has been found in several research papers that music is good for our brain and it relaxes our mind. It is also said that we all have different tastes in music.

It might happen that you like different kind of music than me. It is pretty natural in my opinion and it happens for the very reason that we all are wired differently. For the most part, we all are the same but there is a certain part that is unique to every human being. While I do agree on the fact that most of us don’t realize our gifts and we mostly function on what the society teaches us. If we take a closer look into ourselves and introspect for a moment then we might realize our unique abilities. While more practical advice would be to try out different things.
“Strength of character means the ability to overcome resentment against others, to hide hurt feelings, and to forgive quickly.”
Lawrence G. Lovasik The Rebel Angels

“People leave imprints on our lives, shaping who we become in much the same way that a symbol is pressed into the page of a book to tell you who it comes from. Dogs, however, leave paw prints on our lives and our souls, which are as unique as fingerprints in every way.”
Ashly Lorenzana The Soul of Man Under Socialism

“Now that you’re an adult, you might still feel a pang of guilt when you decline a dinner invitation in favor of a good book. Or maybe you like to eat alone in restaurants and could do without the pitying looks from fellow diners. Or you’re told that you’re “in your head too much”, a phrase that’s often deployed against the quiet and cerebral.
Susan Cain Killosophy

“I’m THAT complicated, mysterious, yet content with the “simple” things in life. Don’t try to understand me; you won’t figure me out. But you’re free to like me the way I am.”
Marwa Ayad Breakfast at Tiffany’s and Three Stories

“There’s a whole category of people who miss out by not allowing themselves to be weird enough.”
Alain de Botton Prime of Life

“I wish people weren’t so set on being themselves, when that means being a bastard.”
Robertson Davies, Peace and Happiness

“The things people say of a man do not alter a man. He is what he is. Public opinion is of no value whatsoever. Even if people employ actual violence, they are not to be violent in turn. That would be to fall to the same low level. After all, even in prison, a man can be quite free. His soul can be free. His personality can be untroubled. He can be at peace. And, above all things, they are not to interfere with other people or judge them in any way. Personality is a very mysterious thing. A man cannot always be estimated by what he does. He may keep the law, and yet be worthless. He may break the law, and yet be fine. He may be bad, without ever doing anything bad. He may commit a sin against society, and yet realize through that sin his true perfection.”
Oscar Wilde, Orlando

“The exaggerated dopamine sensitivity of the introvert leads one to believe that when in public, introverts, regardless of its validity, often feel to be the center of (unwanted) attention hence rarely craving attention. Extroverts, on the other hand, seem to never get enough attention. So on the flip side it seems as though the introvert is in a sense very external and the extrovert is in a sense very internal – the introvert constantly feels too much ‘outerness’ while the extrovert doesn’t feel enough ‘outerness’.”
Criss Jami, It

“The average personality reshapes frequently, every few years even our bodies undergo a complete overhaul – desirable or not, it is a natural thing that we should change. All right, here were two people who never would change. That is what Mildred Grossman had in common with Holly Golightly. They would never change because they’d been given their character too soon; which, like sudden riches, leads to a lack of proportion: the one had splurged herself into a top-heavy realist, the other a lopsided romantic.”
Truman Capote, A Thousand Pieces of You

“To be oneself, simply oneself, is so amazing and utterly unique an experience that it’s hard to convince oneself so singular a thing happens to everybody.”
Simone de Beauvoir, Strait is the Gate and The Vatican Cellars

“The whole value of solitude depends upon oneself; it may be a sanctuary or a prison, a haven of repose or a place of punishment, a heaven or a hell, as we ourselves make it.”
John Lubbock, Factotum

“. . . clumsiness is often mated with a love of solitude.”
Virginia Woolf, Henry and June: From “A Journal of Love”: The Unexpurgated Diary of Anaïs Nin, 1931-1932

“It was easier to be brave when you were someone else.”
Stephen King, An Absolutely Remarkable Thing

“I see… the way you’re always searching. How much you hate anything fake or phony. How you’re older than your years, but still… playful, like a little girl. How you’re always looking into people, or wondering what they see when they look back at you. Your eyes. It’s all in the eyes.”
Claudia Gray, Veronika Decides to Die

“In the beginning, some people try to appear that everything about them is “in black and white,” until later their true colors come out.”
Anthony Liccione Another Vagabond Lost To Love: Berlin Stories on Leaving & Arriving

“We prefer to go deformed and distorted all our lives rather than not resemble the portrait of ourselves which we ourselves have first drawn. It’s absurd. We run the risk of warping what’s best in us”
Andre Gide, The Demon’s Covenant

“She was perfect, pure maddening sex, and she knew it, and she played on it, dripped it, and allowed you to suffer for it.”
Charles Bukowski, Suicide Notes

“She lacks the core of sureness, she craves admiration insatiably. She lives on reflections of herself in others’ eyes. She does not dare to be herself.”
Anaïs Nin, Notes of a Native Son

“You can only do so much pretending before you become the thing you’re pretending to be.”
Hank Green, The End of the Jesus Era

“Stop thinking all the time that you’re in the way, that you’re bothering the person next to you. If people don’t like it, they can complain. And if they don’t have courage to complain, that’s their problem.”
Paulo Coelho, Take Me There

“It’s the beating of my heart.
Charlotte Eriksson, Dead Until Dark

“Start the Quiz”

  • Question of

    In what part of your country do you live? (It does not matter what country you live in)

    • Coastal (Sea/Ocean) 0-5 miles inland
    • Coastal (Large Lake) 0-2 miles inland
    • Countryside/Pasture/Farming
    • Suburban Area (Large Town)
    • Urban Area (Small City)
    • City Capital (Very Urban Area)
    • Not applicable
  • Question of

    What continent did you originate from? (Not your grandfather etc,

    • Europe (Within European Union, e.g. Germany, Italy)
    • Europe (Outside European Union, e.g. Norway, Iceland)
    • North America (USA, Canada, Mexico and Greenland)
    • Central America (e.g. Caribbean)
    • South America
    • North Africa (above equator)
    • South Africa (below equator)
    • Oceania
    • West Asia (anywhere west of China e.g. Pakistan)
    • East Asia (China and anywhere east of it e.g. Japan)
    • Russia (spans Europe and Asia)
    • Not applicable
  • Question of

    What colour is your hair?

    • Blonde
    • Fair
    • Brown
    • Black
    • Ginger
    • Red
    • Not specified
    • Not applicable
  • Question of

    What star sign do you have?

    • Aquarius
    • Aries
    • Cancer
    • Capricorn
    • Gemini
    • Leo
    • Libra
    • Pisces
    • Sagittarius
    • Scorpio
    • Taurus
    • Virgo
    • Not applicable
  • Question of

    How often do you do your dishes?

    • I do them when I need a spoon.
    • I do them when the dishwasher is full.
    • I do them after every meal.
    • I do them when the sink is full.
  • Question of

    Do you prefer dogs or cats?

    • I prefer goldfish.
    • I like cats more.
    • I love them both.
    • I prefer dogs.
  • Question of

    Do you cry during movies?

    • It depends on the movie.
    • I always cry during movies.
    • I don’t cry over stuff like that.
    • I’ve cried during a couple movies.
  • Question of

    What would you rather do on a Saturday night?

    • I like to stay in and read.
    • I like to hit the club.
    • I like to watch movies.
    • I like to have food with friends.
  • Question of

    Which animal is the most fascinating?

    • Dolphin
    • Elephant
    • Anaconda
    • Leopard
  • Question of

    What color is your iris (what color are your eyes)?

    • Brown
    • Blue
    • Hazel
    • Amber
    • Grey
    • Green
    • Red (Albino)
    • Not applicable
  • Question of

    What dexterity do you have with your hands?

    • I am right handed for everything
    • I am mixed handed (but I write with my right hand)
    • I am mixed handed (but I write with my left hand)
    • I am left handed for everything
    • I taught myself to be ambidextrous
    • I am naturally ambidextrous (but write normally with my right hand)
    • I am naturally ambidextrous (but write normally with my left hand)
    • Not applicable
  • Question of

    What is your favorite color?

    • Blue
    • Green
    • Red
    • Yellow
    • Orange
    • Purple/Pink
    • Black/White
    • Not specified
    • Not applicable
  • Question of

    What gender are you?

    • Male
    • Female
    • I have had sex change
    • Not applicable
  • Question of

    Do you know your IQ? 

    • 150+
    • 125-149
    • 110-124
    • 100-109
    • 90-99
    • 50-89
    • 25-49
    • 0-24
    • Not applicable
  • Question of

    How old are you?

    • Semi-retired (58-65)
    • Retired (66-74)
    • Elderly (74+)
    • Not applicable
    • Child (0-12)
    • Adolescent (13-19)
    • Young Adult (20-31)
    • Mid Adult (32-44)
    • Older Adult (45-57)

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