Dignity: Personality Test



Definition: excellence, nobility

Antonyms: lowliness.

iN BRIEF: n. – The quality of being worthy of esteem or respect; Formality in bearing and appearance; High office or rank or station. (Word Tutor)

I do not usually take ‘tests’ online, but I took a test on this site, called, Tickle.com. There is the sister company in the UK. One can do all sorts of tests like: Love, Relationships, Careers, and (Need!?) Therapy Test and so on. Emotions is the one, which I did, and this piece underneath was the result that I pasted here on the blog as it is:


your emotions are triggered by your underlying belief in:

In other words, your commitment to leading a dignified life, and your belief in being respectful, directly affect how, and how often, you experience certain feelings.

For example, your test results indicate that you’re most fulfilled when you treat people with the decency all humans deserve. That factor is directly related to your fundamental belief in dignity and the range of emotions it triggers.

Based on your belief in dignity, where do you rank in the emotional landscape? Which of your emotions dominate your life? And how can you learn to control your emotions?”

All those questions left unanswered to tickle you to find them answers. I did not find but if one is so inclined, one can buy the full whack of this report for a bob or two! I was not. Twas fun, though. I did other ones as well on this site and in another one. Well, am gonna sit down and ponder with wondering could tis be me…

* dig·ni·ty (dĭgnĭ-tē) (Taken as defined in the Answers.com)

n., pl. -ties.

  1. The quality or state of being worthy of esteem or respect.
  2. Inherent nobility and worth: the dignity of honest labor.
    1. Poise and self-respect.
    2. Stateliness and formality in manner and appearance.
  3. The respect and honor associated with an important position.
  4. A high office or rank.
  5. dignities The ceremonial symbols and observances attached to high office.
  6. Archaic. A dignitary.

[Middle English dignite, from Old French, from Latin dignitās, from dignus, worthy.]

 Tis for now. Riihele xx.

PS. The TEST on EMOTIONS is in here.

Well, what did Ye get?


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