Let’s step back a couple hundred years BCE when it seemed like everyone was trying to understand the world. Take this quiz to find out which Greek philosopher your personality resembles most! You are having a terrible day - which inspirational cliche do you call upon to make you feel better? It is what it is. Everything happens for a reason. All is well that ends well. Grin and bear it. You've been sent by your kingdom to slay the evil dragon! How do you go about this valiant task? I charge into the dragon's lair before I can feel any fear. I carefully calculate each move. I plan for the worst and hope for the best. I ditch the task and go party instead. How do you prefer to learn complicated concepts? With lots of visuals. By applying math to it. By asking lots of questions. By reading on my own. You just accomplished a major life goal - what do you think helped you the most along the way? My even disposition. Pure relentlessness. The reward at the other end. Nothing. It just kind of happened.... You just took an amazing vacation - how do you feel when it ends? Exhausted (from all the fun-having). Exhausted (from all the soul-searching). Satisfied, but glad to be back home. Like I don't want to go back to real life. What do you think is the most important thing in life? To search for truth. To find peace and be calm. To feel good. To understand our world. What/who do you consult when faced with a moral dilemma? My gut feeling. The facts. Older, wiser people. Anyone I come across. What's the most important ingredient to success? Intelligence. Perseverance. Being born into wealth. Stubbornness. What appeals to you the most about living in the ancient Greek era? The awesome outfits. All the dialoguing. The breathtaking architecture. The bloody games. Pick the image that makes your brain tingle with joy: . . . .