Quiz: Answer 15 Qs and We’ll Reveal If Your Aura is Warmer or Cooler

 

 

Majority of movies especially fairytales like Cinderella, Snow White, and many others promoted the damsel in distress stereotype, in which the lead characters is completely helpless and is dependent upon a knight in shining armor to rescue her. As much as it seemed romantic it was also a very irrational representation of women and womanhood. Therefore, when Disney released Moana it was highly praised because of the difference in the story from the others.

It was not about being helpless and depending on someone else, unlike the old conventional centred around a love interest kind of a movie it was about a young woman exploring herself and what she wants to do. Another brilliant example would be Frozen, where they challenge the stereotype of the handsome prince by making him the villain and giving the love interest very little of the screen time.

“I am a complicated person with a simple life and I am the reason for everything that ever happened to me.”
Charlotte Eriksson Père Goriot

“However gross a man may be, the minute he expresses a strong and genuine affection, some inner secretion alters his features, animates his gestures, and colors his voice. The stupidest man will often, under the stress of passion, achieve heights of eloquence, in thought if not in language, and seem to move in some luminous sphere. Goriot’s voice and gesture had at this moment the power of communication that characterizes the great actor. Are not our finer feelings the poems of the human will?”
Honoré de Balzac, The Great Gatsby

“If personality is an unbroken series of successful gestures, then there was something gorgeous about him, some heightened sensitivity to the promises of life, as if he were related to one of those intricate machines that registered earthquakes ten thousand miles away.”
F. Scott Fitzgerald, The Four Loves

“At home, besides being Peter or Jane, we also bear a general character; husband or wife, brother or sister, chief, colleague or subordinate. Not among Friends. It is an affair of disentangled, or stripped, minds. Eros will have naked bodies; Friendship naked personalities.”
C.S. Lewis, The Alloy of Law

“Oh, Wax has always been solemn, but when he’s at his best, there’s a smirk underneath.”
Brandon Sanderson, No Place for Truth: or Whatever Happened to Evangelical Theology?

“In our postmodern culture which is TV dominated, image sensitive, and morally vacuous, personality is everything and character is increasingly irrelevant.”
David F. Wells, The Shaking Woman, or A History of My Nerves

“The truth is that personality inevitably bleeds into all forms of our intellectual life. We all extrapolate from our own lives in order to understand the world.”
Siri Hustvedt, Tiassa

“If something bad smells in the basement, it will eventually make its way to the attic.”
Anthony Liccione Pleasure

“I’m told I’m very charming when people do what I want.”
Steven Brust, The Air Around the Butterfly / Въздухът около пеперудата

“We must realize that we are all, like Dr. Faust, ready to accept the devil’s inducements. The devil is in each one of us in the form of an ego that promises the fulfillment of desire on condition that we become subservient to its striving to dominate. The domination of the personality by the ego is a diabolical perversion of the nature of man. The ego was never intended to be the master of the body, but its loyal and obedient servant. The body, as opposed to the ego, desires pleasure, not power. Bodily pleasure is the source from which all our good feelings and good thinking stems. If the bodily pleasure of an individual is destroyed, he becomes an angry, frustrated, and hateful person. His thinking becomes distorted, and his creative potential is lost. He develops self-destructive attitudes.”
Alexander Lowen, The Hunger Games

“My Personality
Katerina Stoykova Klemer, Swimming Home

“At once, it’s clear I cannot gush. We try me playing cocky, but I just don’t have the arrogance. Apparently, I’m too “vulnerable” for ferocity. I’m not witty. Funny. Sexy. Or mysterious By the end of the session, I am no one at all.”
Suzanne Collins, The Collector

“… to be forceful was not the same as being powerful and to be gentle was not the same as being fragile…”
Deborah Levy, Children of the Mind

“If there is a true measure of a person’s soul, if there is a single gauge of real divinity, of how beautifully a fellow human honors this life, has genuine spiritual fire and is full of honest love and compassion, it has to be right there, in the eyes.
Mark Morford We Learn Nothing

“But however good you get at translating personality into line or paint it’s no go if your personality isn’t worth translating.”
John Fowles, The Burning Secret and other stories

“Start the Quiz”

  • Question of

    What would you say is the most important thing in life?

    • Love
    • Family
    • Knowledge
  • Question of

    If you could travel to any of these places, where would you go?

    • Australia
    • Japan
    • France
  • Question of

    What is one thing you want to spend more time doing?

    • Visiting art museums.
    • Volunteer work.
    • Learning a new language.
  • Question of

    Do you think more with your head or your heart?

    • My head, but I listen to my heart once and a while.
    • My heart, almost always.
    • My head, almost always.
  • Question of

    Which do you prefer?

    • A large group of friends.
    • One or two close friends.
    • I prefer to be alone.
  • Question of

    Are you searching for a particular thing in life at the moment?

    • To be more expressive of my needs.
    • To be less jealous of others.
    • More time to do everything.
  • Question of

    Are you more of a creative mind or a logical mind?

    • I’m realistic.
    • I’m creative.
    • I’m logical.
  • Question of

    What is the most annoying pet peeve?

    • People who say
    • People who are cruel just because it’s the nature.
    • Ignorant people.
  • Question of

    Pick a profession that speaks to you.

    • Veterinarian
    • Scientist
    • Writer
  • Question of

    Your favorite subject in school is/was _____.

    • Art
    • Math
    • English
  • Question of

    How would you describe yourself?

    • Hard-working, patient, well-grounded
    • Kind, reliable, loyal
    • Sensitive, quiet, idealistic
  • Question of

    Pick a hobby that appeals to you most!

    • Reading books and watching movies
    • Painting and drawing artwork
    • Hiking and talking walks outside
  • Question of

    What would your friends describe as your personality?

    • Harmonic, healthy, and peaceful
    • Joyous, happy, and lighthearted
    • Courageous, energetic, and determined
  • Question of

    What drives you?

    • A desire to be successful
    • A passion for love
    • A need for peace
  • Question of

    What are the relationships like in your life?

    • Full of energy and love
    • Complicated and passionate
    • Simple, easy, and sure

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