Human characters are so many that they may not be readily remembered at one time. Some characters are related to others while one character may have several synonyms. Colours sometimes may be used metaphorically to describe human characters. The white colour usually reminds of goodness, the violet can call for self-esteem, and so on. That arbitrarily resemblance between colours and characters would rationalize for possible ‘basic characters’ in analogy to the basic colours. In physics, Newton showed that the white light can be refracted by a prism to yield seven colours, and we may too imagine that one character may be made of some other characters.
The 8-digit character classification system
The human, like any other creature, should be provided by default character set that is needed and necessary for his survival in this world. These could be regarded as the basic (preliminary) characters: fear (white); short handiness (brown); denial (grey); self-esteem (violet); disorder (yellow); self-centredness (orange); individuality (light brown); and Inquisitiveness (green). These characters are suitable for every human from the time of birth till the early childhood when it is not expected that the opposite of those characters might have to come up. Gradually by time, a human would feel the importance and need for other characters that would help him to adapt and opt in a community life with new experiences and challenges. In fact, the preliminary characters will not be totally replaced by their opposite or by other more negative ones, but a sort of balance between basic and positive secondary characters would be realized; e.g. fear/safety.
In that 8-digit human character system there will be two extreme character sets (basic and ultimate) with two transitional character sets in between (first- and second order) as shown in the following table.
The basic characters are simple, i.e. each one cannot be broken down to simpler ones.
The transitional 1. order characters are made of a combination of basic characters (+4; +/-4):
coward: fearful (yes); shorthanded (yes); denying (yes); self-esteemed (possible); disordered (possible); self-centred (yes); individual-opted (possible); inquisitive (possible).
The transitional 2. order characters are made of a combination of transitional 1. order characters:
liar: coward (yes); lazy (possible); going astray (yes); arrogant (possible); prosaic (possible); thankless (yes); absolute (yes); obtrusive (possible).
The good and bad characters are continuously either gained or lost, strengthened or weakened.
Human characters can be a matter of induction, reviving or encouragement.
A character may have derivative or related characters; e.g. obsession may be derivative of fear.
The characters can be influenced by intelligence, perception and emotions (e.g. love and hatred).
There could be an emotion conditional memory (character programming) that would take part in exhibiting or hindering certain character.