Sangeetha Pulapaka
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1.Logical Reasoning -  We are the only living creatures to be able to distinguish from right and wrong.

2.Humor - The ability to laugh—to find life funny and entertaining—is key. Robbins’ characters focus a lot on this particular trait, believing it to be possibly the most important of the six. I agree. If you’re not laughing, you’ve missed the point of this existence

3. Imagination - Sadly, we all have the capacity for great imagination and                      creativity but our goofy society tends to educate it out of us fairly early on. Our human awareness, which also gives us the capacity for abstract thought, is our greatest gift, and yet so few of us ever fully use this trait.

4.Rebelliousness- Tell a young person not to do something, and you're guaranteed they’re going to do it just because it’s forbidden. But our rebelliousness is not something to be trained out of us so that we all fall in line behind each other like good Missing Links. It's a symptom of self expression and exploration.

6. Beauty - Human beings are able to perceive beauty in the way that one may perceive the perfection of the universe. We are beauty because we are a part of it, though are also capable of creating and experiencing beauty in millions of different forms.