Amazing Qualities, Traits, Anomalies and Facts Concerning All Humans

There is a mass amount of qualities in each and every human that differentiates us from each other. Our own unique makeup offers the world a glimpse into everything from the creative mind to the master mind. Human qualities and traits contain a long list of conscience and unconscious thoughts that we either embrace or avoid each and every day of our lives. Everything from motivation and aspiration to faith and goodwill are all part of our lives and how we will choose to proceed through it.

Human Qualities and Traits

Sympathy, Humility, and Forgiveness: These qualities are not something that all humans know how to relate to or understand. It takes an open mind and courage to forgive a selfish or hurtful act. It is important for humans to be sympathetic in some way. It is not always easy to open up and share deep feelings of sorrow. Emotional support can be the key to moving on and gaining strength from words that aid in building courage. No matter how much you have in the bank or what you have managed to achieve, being humble towards others who have less is a wonderful human quality.

Jealousy: A waste of negative thought and emotion that most humans experience at least once in a life time. The complex thoughts that stem from jealousy can lead to rage when we feel threatened by loss or when we compare ourselves to other people that seem to have it all. Jealousy can stem from feelings that include low self-esteem, betrayal, a sense of entitlement, humiliation, loneliness, insecurity, envy, feelings of incompetence, and fear.

Survival Skills: We do what we have to simply to get by each day in a declining economy. In fact according to recent statistics, over three billion people are surviving on less than $2.50 a day, and 80% are living on $10.00 a day. People are turning more and more to growing their own food, cutting back on unneeded items, sharing their home with a second family or roommate, or they work several jobs just to make ends meet.

Music and Humans: The art of arranging sounds in a rhythmic manner is nothing short of magical. Maybe this is why music plays such a large part in society, and our affinity for it dates back thousands of years. In fact no known human culture has ever lived without some form of music. Even the deaf have a remarkable attraction to music that encompasses their neural signals deep within the brain where music is generated.

Researchers from the University of Washington studying various theories on music and the deaf have no doubt proved that deaf people have brain activity in the auditory cortex which suggests their brains rewire themselves to process sound vibrations. According to researcher Dean Shibata, a researcher at the University of Washington, it is not totally clear what the deaf can actually perceive, but it is crystal clear that they enjoy music.

Humans Need a Purpose in Life: This is a no brainer for many people because they are already living it. Unfortunately for others, they will spend a life time searching for their purpose unless they know what to watch for. That inner feeling that gives you that extra blissful tingle in your gut when you have just done something is a big indicator that you may be headed in the right direction of learning what your purpose is. Trial and error are part of the baby steps when testing various outlets, and continually asking yourself whether you are happy, and knowing the answers as you progress in self knowledge is a fantastic human quality to possess.

Why Humans Tell Lies: The experts have spelled it out in the simplest of terms. We lie because we desire to look good to ourselves and to others. The mere thought of our self-esteem becoming threatened just doesn’t settle well, and the plain truth simply is not always a pretty thing.

Anomalies and Facts about the Human Body

Sense of Smell: Studies show that women are more accurate at pinpointing specific smells compared to men. Some of these scents include cinnamon, coffee, vanilla, lavender, citrus and body odor. Women are born better smellers than men and remain better smellers over life. The average nose can remember 50,000 different aromas in a life time.

The Human Mouth: Many undesirable things can be found within the perimeter of the human mouth, maybe this why tadpoles would fair well living there. The Myth Busters has proven that while tadpoles can not live in your stomach, they can happily survive in a home filled with saliva. Another curious mouth fact includes tooth-decay. It just so happens to be the world’s most common non-contagious disease.

Heart Attacks: According to a study conducted by Japan’s Tokyo Women’s Medical University concluded that many workers suffer a significant increase in blood pressure as they return to work after the weekend. Monday is the day of the week when the risk of heart attack is greatest. A separate ten year study in Scotland found that 20% more people die of heart attacks on Mondays than any other day of the week. Researchers theorize that it’s a combination of too much fun over the weekend with the stress of going back to work that causes the increase.

Brainiacs: According to scientific studies surrounding various I.Q. levels, tests performed on human hair concluded that intelligent people have more zinc and copper in their hair. Scientists have also found that people with higher I.Q.’s dream more during sleep. Unfortunately most humans don’t ever remember dreaming since the average length of dreams is only 2-3 seconds. This is barely long enough to register. The general population has differing opinions on what makes up an intelligent human. Non-experts and the popular press tend to lean towards a general guideline that includes competence, cleverness, one who possesses common sense, practical problem solving abilities, verbal abilities, and an interest in learning more than one key thing.

The Perfect Body According to Fashion and Beauty Experts: Body measurement charts usually refer to the “Hourglass Shape” as an example of what the ideal body should look like. With this theory, the body’s measurements would consist of a 36 inch bust, 26 inch waist and perfect 36 inch hips. According to industry experts, this set of measurements look gorgeous in just about any piece of clothing, including the proverbial potato sack.

Reality Check Concerning the Perfect Body: Child birth, menopause, menstrual cycles, stress and chocolate addiction was obviously overlooked when the experts formulated the chart and ideal measurements of what the “perfect woman” should look like.

Food Shoveling: This is not the ideal way to savor a great meal, yet many people actually Hoover their food so fast that they cause themselves indigestion, not to mention grossed out diners sitting close enough to witness the deliberate attempt to play a disappearing act with the food by inhaling it in less than 5 seconds. Solution: Take a longer lunch break, and downshift to first gear or eat in a closet.

Using Your Body as a Human Ruler

Measuring your Height with Your Arms: This is as simple as standing up straight and extending your arms and hands out to your sides. You should look like a perfect letter “t”. Have someone else measure the distance from fingertip to fingertip directly across yourself. The length should match your height almost exactly when measured bare-foot, or at least in most cases.

The Index Finger: Use the middle section of this finger when you need to measure an approximate inch.

Yawning: We do it when we are tired, and 55% of us do it just minutes after witnessing someone else doing it.

The Nose: To measure one yard, with your arm straight out to your side, your head facing front, extend the tip of your index finger to the tip of your nose.

Earlobes: Attached or free? Dominant or Recessive? The dominant trait is for the earlobes to hang free and unattached to the sides of the face. This is where a small part of the lobe is hanging down prior to the point where the bottom of the ear attaches to the head. The recessive earlobes are an observable characteristic as they are attached directly to the sides of the face.