bobby1933 (bobby1933) wrote,

You are Loyal, Generous, Humble and Tolerant

You are Loyal, Generous, Humble and Tolerant


You value loyalty a fair amount.
You're loyal to your friends... to a point.
But if they cross you, you will reconsider your loyalties.
Staying true to others is important to you, but you also stay true to yourself.


You don't really value honesty.
You do value getting your way, no matter what.
And if a little lying is required to do that, no problem.
A few white lies never hurt anyone (at least, that's what you tell yourself!)


You value generosity a fair amount.
You are all about giving, as long as there's some give and take.
Supportive and kind, you don't mind helping out a friend in need.
But you know when you've given too much. You have no problem saying "no"!


You value humility a fair amount.
You tend to be an easy going, humble person.
But occasionally your ego takes over.
You have a slight competitive streak - and the need to be the best.


You value tolerance highly.
Not only do you enjoy the company of those very different from you...
You do all that you can to seek it out interesting and unique friends.
You think there are many truths in life, and you're open to many of them.

This is one of the results from the quiz, The Five
You are Loyal, Generous, Humble and Tolerant

Apparently i am still more dishonest than i thought i was.  I have always known myself to be a liar. and i have spent at least the last 40 years trying to correct that.  I thought i had done a pretty good job;
evidently not.  Now i am trying to think of situations where i lied, fudged, delayed necessary truth telling, or remained silent when i should have spoken out.  It is hard for me to come up with specific instances.  Am i that protective of my ego??

Thanks to jenga21 for thiis kub
Tags: 12-step programs, personal life
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