Intellectual (a little higher than normal), wise, kind, cool under pressure, confident, well-mannered, romantic, philosophical, sensitive to others' feelings, self-aware, intuitive, possibly psychic, a little spiritual, loving, protective, caring, passionate, and responsible.
My ideal man has all of the above qualities and more. He is brilliant, creative, and thoughtful. He is strong and capable. He is athletic and healthy. He is loyal to those who show him love. Most important, he is honest and true to himself.
He doesn't need to be rich or famous, but he does need to be comfortable with himself. He needs to make an effort with his appearance. And most of all, he must love and respect women.
Emotional stability and maturity, self-confidence, decisiveness, strong drive, optimism, extrovertness, accomplishment oriented, purposefulness, discipline, proficiency in getting along with people, character integrity, and a proclivity to cooperate are examples of such attributes.
Humility, helpfulness, openness, honesty, selflessness, perseverance, and other great qualities that make a person an influential personality across all regions, religions, and generations to come are some of the great qualities that make a person an influential personality across all regions, religions, and generations to come. These are some of the innate qualities of mankind.
The Innate Ideas system was a philosophical system proposed by John Locke. It states that the mind of human being is composed of three parts: sensory perception, memory, and reason. All people possess these innate ideas. Our senses take information about the world around us, which is then processed by memory and reason. This information is then used to guide our actions.
These are some of the innate traits of mankind. There are also some physical traits common to everyone on earth. For example, we all share the same organs (brain, heart, lungs), have similar blood types (O positive, A negative, B positive), and have two eyes and two ears on our head. The more we know ourselves and others, the more we can help them.
Ambitious, truthful, responsible, sophisticated, outspoken, considerate, modest, eloquent, energetic, thoughtful, accommodating, gregarious, assertive, outgoing, pleasant, kind, courteous, punctual, trustworthy, cheerful, easy-going, well-behaved, quiet, patient, diligent, loyal, sincere, fair, honest, brave, flexible, adaptable, willing to learn new things, courageous.
All of these descriptions reflect some aspect of the personality of Gandhi. He was a very ambitious man who wanted to make his country free from slavery and poverty. During his time, India had become enslaved by other countries and there were many poor people due to the exploitation of our natural resources. Gandhi wanted to free his country from all this suffering and hate so that everyone could live in peace and happiness.
Gandhi was also a peaceful man who believed that violence should be avoided at all costs. He thought that fighting with your enemy was wasting energy which could be used for better purposes. Therefore, it was important for him to understand each person's motive behind their actions before deciding on what action to take. This means that he was a man of wisdom and reason who did not judge others.
Gandhi's reputation as a great leader has been passed on through stories and films about him.
1. with attributes that are commonly regarded as those of a man; virile; strong, bold, resolute, honorable, and so on. 2. showing qualities appropriate to the male sex; masculine.
3. showing or exhibiting courage; not cowardly: a manly man. 4. showing enthusiasm for sports and other activities usually associated with men; demonstrating ability in them: a fine manly man. 5. showing interest in or enjoyment from things usually considered feminine; showing affinity toward women: a womanly woman.
6. showing respect for others; having standards: a manly man who treats his wife with love and respect.
7. showing affection for friends or family; loving: a manly man who is kind to his mother.
8. showing skill at work; productive: a manly man who works hard and plays even harder.
9. showing interest in politics and world affairs; informed: a manly man who reads important newspapers.
10. showing excitement about something; enthusiastic: a manly man who is excited about going to war.
11. showing care about one's clothes; fashionable: a manly man who wears stylish but not expensive clothes.
Eight Characteristics of a Great Man
A ideal person has the following characteristics:
Empathetic, kind, generous, helpful, tender, humane, compassionate, courteous, amiable, thoughtful, altruistic, good-natured, tender-hearted He was a nice, giving, and warm-hearted man. These are all descriptions of a kind-hearted man.