What Are the Seven Pillars of Humanity?


Here, we will determine what shapes a human character. We will look at their personality traits, their good and bad habits, and more.

The purpose is to give you a deeper understanding of human behavior. And once you have it, you can communicate better with someone and work with your character.
The seven pillars of humanity are fundamental human qualities. It is important to understand this because:

Pillars provide a good moral understanding – They remind you of an important lesson – life is about righteousness and equality.
Each person is different – No one is the same 100% next. Their situation speaks volumes about their experience and responsibility in life, and, therefore, is the reason why they react in a certain way.
People have different tastes – Suppose one person likes inspiring and inspiring stories. If someone else doesn’t, you can find a reason in his character.
Here are seven pillars, and three quotations that best describe each pillar.

  1. Respect
    “If we treat people as they are, they will always be. When we treat them as they should be, they will become what they should be. ”- Thomas S. Monson

“Respect is a way of life. If you want to get it, you have to give it away. ”- R.G. Accident

“Knowledge will empower you, but respect morality.” – Bruce Lee

  1. Self-awareness
    “If I find out who I am, I will be free.” – Ralph Ellison

“I think your self-awareness is the most important thing in becoming a champion.” – Billie Jean King

“Self-awareness gives you the power to learn from your mistakes and successes. It enables you to keep growing. ”- Lawrence Bossidy

  1. Independence
    “You can’t help people forever by doing for them, what they can do for themselves.” – Abraham Lincoln

“If you really want the people you love to respect you, you have to show them that you can live without them.” – Michael Bassey Johnson

“I think a girl who is able to make a living and pay her way should be as happy as anyone in the world. The feeling of freedom and security is so sweet. ”- Susan B. Anthony

  1. Nationality or natural concern
    “No one is born a good citizen; no nation is born democratically. Instead, both processes continue to emerge over a lifetime. We must also include new people from birth. The society that goes through its youth is cutting off its way of life. ”- Kofi Annan

“Never doubt that a small group of thoughtful, dedicated citizens can change the world. The only thing that ever happened. ”- Margaret Mead


“Concern about the individual and his destiny must always arouse the greatest interest in all technological pursuits. Never forget this between your drawings and the balance. – Albert Einstein

  1. Cooperation
    “None of us, not even me, has ever done great things. But we can all do small things, with great love, and together we can do something good. ”- Mother Teresa

“Alone we can do very little; together we can do more. ”- Helen Keller

“It’s very true that you can be very successful and quick to help others succeed.” – Napoleon Hill

  1. Kindness
    “When the autumn darkness comes, we will remember the small acts of kindness: the cake, the kiss, the invitation to speak, and all the roses. This is all a reflection of a united nation and caring for its people. ”- Jens Stoltenberg

“A tree is known by its fruit; man by his actions. Good deeds are never lost; he that soweth sparingly shall reap also sparingly; ”- Saint Basil


“Being kind can go a long way. As the sun’s rays do melt away, kindness fills misunderstandings, mistrust, and hatred. ”- Albert Schweitzer

  1. Empowerment
    “If there’s something you don’t like, change it. If you can’t change it, change your attitude. ”- Maya Angelou

“What is behind us and what is before us are small things compared to what is within us.” – Ralph Waldo Emerson

“The secret to living the life of your dreams is to start living the life of your dreams today, in every little way you can.” – Mike Dooley

Final thoughts on what the 7 pillars of the character are
Having a good character encourages you to stay on top. It doesn’t matter if you are young or old.

No matter how old you are in life or what you miss, you will find a clever way to get ahead if you have an impressive character.


That is why many leaders – if not all – have an impressive character. They are continuous, unyielding, and flexible.

Already like a leader your peers like? After that you can understand why you are in such a beautiful place.

And if you are not yet one, check your character. Then look at the dialogues above to shape your character for the better.



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