Characteristics Of A Truly Good Person

Characteristics Of A Truly Good Person

Characteristics Of A Good Person

Kind, helpful, caring, understanding, patient, and loving are some of the words that come to mind when asked to list the qualities of a good person. One usually knows a person is good by what they do.

We never remember them angry or holding grudges for anyone. They are always there reaching out to help others – They are the purest souls around us. Listed below are a few characteristics of a truly Good Person to help you spot the good ones around you. It’s payback time, make sure you never leave them, cause they deserve to be treasured and loved.

Characteristics Of A Truly Good Person

Characteristics Of A Truly Good Person:

1) They Can Never Stay Mad At You, Like NEVER

They are truly a magical being, always forgiving and forgetting one’s mistakes.

2) They Are Like A“Fun Booster” In A More Gloomy Or Dull Situation

Yes, especially when you’re feeling blue. A hug from them is all you need

3) When You Succeed, Their Happiness For You Is Completely LEGIT

They’ll be the first one to demand a car ride in your new car or ask for a treat out when you get that promotion.

4) You Will Never Notice A Frown On Their Face. They Are Always So Cheerful

No wonder! You haven’t noticed crow’s feet on their face yet.

5) Such A Gentle Heart Yet, So Brave

That’s why never ever break their hearts.  They won’t even confront and go all dramatic instead, just walk away silently. Like nothing ever happened

6) They Are Never Nagging Or Grumbling About Their Own Problems

And that’s what makes them the best company to have.

7) Helping And Caring For Others Are Like All They Have Been Born For

Is Car at the repair? Don’t worry, the next thing you know, they’ll be there honking near your place just to give you a lift.

8) They Are Warm-Hearted People. The Value Friendship Or Any Other Relationships They Have

And, not stupid enough to initiate a fight over some negligible issue.

9) When They Are Sad Themselves, All You Can Do For Them Is Giving A Nice Hug

And bam! Their cheerful smile will be back once again.

10) How Is It That They Manage To Hide Their Own Emotional Turmoil So Good?

So that people are not worried and troubled for them.

11) They Are The Ones Whose Vocabularies Are Always So Positive  

They won’t even utter a word that would make you feel bad or hurt your feelings.

12) Empathy And Sympathy Goes Hand In Hand With Their Personalities

They are the best comforting blanket when your world is all cold and dark

13) Had A Heated Conversation With Them And Are Mad At Them? Fear Not, They Are Not The Ones To Hold Grudges In Their Heart

To your surprise, your chat box will be filled with funny and silly emoticons from them the very next day.

14) It’s Almost Like The Word “Ego” Is Deleted From Their Dictionary Of Goodness

And they will never use it to make any decisions.

15) No Matter How Much Weird Your Jokes Are, They’ll Always Laugh At Them

Even if it gets offensive.

16) As If They Don’t Even Have A Dark Side

Extremely hard to tell. For, you’ll hardly notice them yelling , shouting or picking up a fight for no reason. They are not at all manipulative and cunning.

17) They Always Emit Such A Positive Vibe,

Starting from their smile to their body language. There is something so different and positive about them, you’ll always want them as your friend.

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75 thoughts on “Characteristics Of A Truly Good Person”

  1. Only on the internet can people seriously post this and think anyone is like that. Sounds like a robot picking only good qualities and expecting intelligent people to even believe it.

  2. I really hate that “truly good people arr alwaxs happy!” And “never nag about their problems!” You are a good person if you go out of your way tp help someone. Enough said. If you have a problem, PLEASE do not bottle it up! Hiding your feelings and acting like you are fine doesn not make you a better person, it makes you ill and unhappy. Be authentic and forget about that “good person” crap. You’re you, that’s good enough and if you help others, even better, but don’t break yourself for others, that’s bullshit.

  3. Always been a ” Good Person ” in a world of people that see these merits as a excuse for wanting something in return. Wish that mindset truly changes so that being a Good person isn’t lessen. When those around us see our qualities implemented.

  4. 13) Had A Heated Conversation With Them And Are Mad At Them? Fear Not, They Are Not The Ones To Hold Grudges In Their Heart

    To your surprise, your chat box will be filled with funny and silly emoticons from them the very next day.

    For me this is a problem because I am very much like this and everyone else doesnt get over stuff as fast as me so if I have a fight with someone I will get over it right away and forgive them and everything and they get mad at me for it ;-;

  5. A really nice article, HOWEVER, there is a place to understand that even the best of people fail and fall daily. No one lives up to this high standard all the time…In fact, it is impossible, because we are assaulted by the negative in our environments all the time….it is a good thing to strive for these qualities, but do not kill yourself with grief if you don’t live up to it daily…that is for the guilt producers who want to tell you if you don’t follow these rules or show these kind of qualities, then you are not a good person…You need to be careful what others put on you and what they expect and how they expect you to perform for them…Even good people get depressed and show it, and even their language sometimes betrays them…We need to be understanding our natures!!!

  6. I hate the notion that truly good people are always happy, no we are not ‘always happy’ and yeah we do bitch about stuff at times too- the idea that we are not human some how is the irritating thing about these articles. I also hate the idea that we never stay mad-we are not door mats and we set healthy boundaries. I think this article sets False pretenses like the modeling industry sets false beauty standards.

    1. Describing morals, or ethics for what they are does not mean I have none. That conclusion makes no sense. Explain to me how/why one means the other. Your conclusion exposes a bias on your part.

    2. You assume specific phenomena to constitute utility. No, your conclusion makes no sense, which is why you couldn’t answer the question. Hypothetical is not what I was being, and logical break-downs of the nature of something does not compromise my morality. You are still making no sense. You are one of those that pretends to be sophisticated, but is actually simple, like a buddhist, taoist, etc.

    3. Being a part of a belief-based group is the best way to limit one’s analyses. Styles of association lead to psychological algorithms. Lessening the extent of possibility to activity route transition potential.

    4. Those are not “logical” break-downs. A hypothetical imperative is just as logical as a categorial one. It’s just convenient to live according to the first since they constitute our daily prudence. Which doesn’t give them any ethical index at all.

    5. You are attempting to insert preference of measure as actual manifestation. Hypothetical is based on the possibility of existing states. Your terminology dictated your associations. A typical mistake. Ehtical index? That is based on preference. They ARE logical assessments. Falling for the genetic fallacy makes no sense.

    6. Authenticity is possible if one’s view of manifestation parallels an accurate depiction of it. Psychological mechanisms are based on energy mechanisms, since consciousness is a type, and aspect of energy, so a consistent metric can be applied to its variation relative to the components to its functioning.

    7. I used ‘hypothetical’ as in Kant, there were no associations attached and it’s not a mistake to consider an ethical position from another one that is much more capable of explaining the status of the first (utilitarianism).

    8. And ‘ethical index’ was supposed to say that as Kant can explain utilitarianism as mere hypothetical imperatives he can claim that they have no ‘ethical index’, they are imperatives of prudence, not of morality.

    9. I make a lot of sense, I talk about utilitarianism form a Kantian perspective. If you want to have an academic discussion on philosophy you should use connotations rather than associations and I did. ‘Hypothetical imperative’ is a coined term.

    10. Your model is completely ass-backwards. All states are relative, so a conclusion is not distinct from association. Deduction based on past experience allows one to assess potential causes based on patterns. Observing in the moment without association is limiting for deducing potential causes.

    11. Yes it does. That is exactly the basis for it. What makes sense, or is likely to be true is based on time with the consciousness interacting with reality to determine how it functions, and why. Anything else is based on preference of activity. Emotional need, morals, wisdom, are all based on preference. Priorities, agendas, based on preference. Specificity of manifestation of info embodiments requires mechanisms which determine the potential of activity routes. Consciousness, like all form based states, counter space, dimension, etc, requires a mechanism to sustain consistency of relation. Anything not based on a component which determines possibility of state, is a preference of the states which exist via those mechanisms. Patterns can be observed because of the requirment of consistency. Logic has its basis on reasoning based on a means of accomplishing a goal of achieving preference.

    12. No, it is the nature of reality which determines my view, not nonsensical metrics. You are doing what you are accusing ME of doing. I base my view of things on mechanisms, because everything is a product of them.

    13. I know. The spirit, consciousness, and any other manifestation of energy/motion are also based on mechanisms, so they can exist relative to the physical type manifestations. You believe in your own bullshit, like typical philosophers. Your associations become limited to the words you use, which all have cut-off points to phenomena as far as what they represent. Paradox, fallacy, and the like are typical terms used by these pseudo philosophers who attempt to complicate simple ideas, and exaggerate distinctions of phenomena through their chosen wording of them. It’s about as dumb as it gets.

    14. In an ass-backwards way, I suppose. It depends on why you draw the conclusions you do, and how accurate they are. Something can be true, or false. You need to make a distinction between the causes of manifestation, and a preference of aspects of existing conditions. Sense can or cannot depend on how you look depending on the subject. What makes sense could be based on a desire for a specific outcome, even if the desire is not based on knowing the truth of the nature of any of the components involved.

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