In fact, what we consider to be ‘personality’ are actually patterns of perception and behaviour. Patterns that we develop from a young age — that we get stuck in, because we’re not aware of them. Patterns that come to dominate every aspect of our thoughts, feelings and decisions.
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I’ve been wondering if we were born with set characters somehow; or else, how does one end up being less communicative than another? I agree that seeing the same patterns repeatedly induces certain habits, interests, and beliefs. I still wonder if all of our personality is a choice or not. I think part of it could come from choice, another comes from birth. Great point to mention, though, that we need to consider the patterns that we see every day and how they are affecting our judgment or beliefs, what we think is right or wrong.

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