Personality as 4-element outcome

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The human behaviour is the explicit translation of 4 interacting essential components: 1) the intellect (intelligence), 2) the spirit (soul, psyche), 3) the morals (moral values, faith), and 4) the sense (emotion, passion, compassion).

These components behave like individual constituents of a homogenous mix made of either 2 or more of them.

The beauty in this model is that the characters of the person can be viewed as intersection zones between 2 or more of these essential components of personality. This demonstration can effectively help define the meant component(s) by some personality strength/defect with possible plan suggestions for maintenance/change in that personality characteristic.
1- Forgiveness and amnesty are where “intellect” and “spirit” intersect.
2- Generosity and nobility are where “spirit” and “morals” intersect.
3- Modesty and sanctity are where “morals” and “sense” intersect.
4- Decentness and patience are where “sense” and “intellect” intersect.
5- Discipline and order are where “intellect”, “spirit” and “sense” intersect.
6- Self-confidence and charisma are where “intellect”, “spirit” and “morals” intersect.
7- Endeavour and accomplishment are where “spirit”, “morals” and “sense” intersect.
8- Precision and perfection are where “morals”, “sense” and “intellect” intersect.
9- Success is where all 4 components (intellect, spirit, morals and sense) intersect.

The treatment of any personality case is made possible by having a clear view about its origins and conditions. For example, in case of obsessive-compulsive disorder the meant component can be the sense (emotion and faithfulness). The counterbalance of these flooding emotions should be the intellect (reason); so, the treatment would be: 1) defining the emotions as the origin, and 2) defining the intellect as the counterbalance.

Persons with weak personality are of either weak intellect (or little experience) and cannot readily understand their environment, or very sensitive and emotional, while they do not make the best use of their intellect to properly invest their emotions.

in-the-point (poems and essays)

One day I was …

one day I was one cell,
who can tell:
I was nothing?
my life is a long way,
the start and the end as well;
both are puzzling..
my brain within its shell
like a boat in the sea
playing and struggling,
my feelings and my will
my desire and fantasy
my senses and gathering
the flower gives me shine and chi.
the color reflects its meaning on me.
the moon in the higher heaven in the dark
ceiling bestow good luck and the other sparks.
the light is a secret in itself,
but really merges from one’s self.
the tiger and zebra once again
show me the harmony of lust and pain.
that’s life, its loss and gain;
that’s life, its language and function;
my question, disease and suffer
and its clever answer