Previously known as TKuja
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Your result for The Four Elements Test...
Playfulness, Spontaneity, and Excitement
Having Wind as your dominant nature means you know how to live in the moment! You are a realist, yet at the same time you bring an impulsiveness and spontaneity to your decisions. You enjoy participating in activities for their inherent enjoyment, not just as a means to an end, and define achievement as getting something done as quickly as possible. You thrive on change: you’ll alternate tasks and find new ways of doing repetitive ones, try new foods, pick up a new hobby, plan a different vacation every year. You also lean towards more hands-on work because of your desire to learn by experience, and you’re not put off by struggle – both physical and mental. Careers such as ambulance drivers, military personnel, hair stylists, bartenders, pilots, famous celebrities are all likely to share in the fearless Wind Personality with you, though you are not limited to these fields, as you will bring your sense of ease and lightheartedness to any career.
If there’s excitement to be had, the Wind Personality is there. Parties and celebrations, computer and video games, gambling – they’re all natural choices for the Wind element. They also enjoy testing the limits of their abilities, which means Wind types lean towards adrenaline-pumping activities. Mountain climbing, hunting, skydiving, performing on a stage or at a party - these all bring variety to life and push Wind Personalities’ fearlessness to the limit. In relationships, they enjoy passion, but dislike the feeling that the relationship has tied them down. At a party, others will gravitate towards Wind Personalities, seeking their heightened sense of fun and easy-going attitude. Winds must be careful, however, as they might become too easy-going for their own good, and can attract too much drama or even endanger their own well-being or that of others.
Try considering the outcome of your actions once in a while. Yes, you might enjoy yourself today, but what might come of it tomorrow? There’s no need to be paranoid, of course, but there’s also no possible way you can always get everything you want whenever you want it. Someone’s bound to disagree with your lifestyle. Also, consider letting someone else be the life of the party, or sit back and chat with one person and really focus your attention on them. Listen to them, and you might find something exciting right in front of you.
As a Wind Personality, you bring about joy and laughter, and you have the ability to dispel people's worries simply by being your lighterhearted self. Try to actively include others in the fun, and you will continue to be the wonderful asset to humanity that you are. After all, the more the merrier!
What similarities do the other elements share with the Wind Personality?
Based on the ranking of the other three elements, the following information might give you a clearer idea of which areas of the Wind Personality are more prominent (for example: if Fire was your second-highest element, then the qualities that Wind and Fire share might be more prominent in your personality).
Earth's Relation to Wind ~ you are 21% Earth
- low emotional energy level
- calm and easy-going
- learns well from experience
Water's Relation to Wind ~ you are 55% Water
- prefers possibilities
- adventurous and open to new ideas
- enjoys creative expression
Fire's Relation to Wind ~ you are 38% Fire
- enjoys excitement and pressure
- connects with people on a level of thought
- prefers casual relationships more often than deep relationships
What are some of the differences between the Wind Personality and the other elements?
If you felt as though some of the information about the Wind Personality wasn't exactly like yourself, then here is some information about the other elements' energy levels, thinking patterns, and relationship styles that might appear in your personality.
Earth's Differences from Wind ~ you are 21% Earth
- Earth is traditional and prefers rules and order
- Earth prefers deep, committed relationships
- Earth enjoys having a plan or set routine
Water's Differences from Wind ~ you are 55% Water
- Water is excitable and emotional
- Water sensitive to other's feelings
- Water prefers to take relationships slowly or form deep bonds
Fire's Differences from Wind ~ you are 38% Fire
- Fire is energetic and excitable
- Fire can become worked up, angry, or defensive
- Fire prefers concrete facts, organization, and achieving set goals
And just if you're curious about the other elements, here are brief summaries:
Earth Personality - Stability, Compassion, and Practicality
Earth is an emotionally stable element with a great sense of practicality / logic when solving problems. They appreciate order and tradition, and are loyal / have compassion for others.
Water Personality - Creativity, Intuition, and Knowledge
Water is a high emotional-energy element with abstract thought processes and a creative flair for solving problems. They are sensitive to others' emotions and appreciate beauty, art, and new ideas.
Fire Personality - Energy, Strength, and Success
Fire is an excitable, high-energy element with an appreciation for concrete facts and logic when solving problems. They strive for success and to gain respect, and connect well with others on a level of thought.
Your result for What is your ethical thinking style?...
You agreed with 70 % Utilitarianism, 50 % Egoism, 45 % Natural Law, 65 % Respect For Persons and 65 % Virtue Ethics!
You agreed the most with Utilitarianism.
Utilitarianism is a highly influential moral philosophy in contemporary society. One of the most widely accepted forms of utilitarianism defines utility as a preference or desire satisfaction. The most consistent form of utilitarianism is one that disregards the distribution of utility and aims simply for the greatest total utility or preference satisfaction. A consistent utilitarianism must take account of the preferences of animals as well as humans.
Act utilitarianism focuses on the utility produced by an action, whereas rule utilitarianism focuses on the rule presupposed by an action. In applying rule utilitarianism, it is important to ask yourself whether the rule is likely to be followed. If others are not likely to follow it, the best procedure is to adopt a rule that does have a chance of being generally adopted.