The Personalities of Pooh


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The Peacemaker

"When you've been walking in the wind for miles, and you suddenly go into somebody's house, and he says, "Hallo, Pooh, you're just in time for a little smackeral of something," and you are, then it's what I call a Friendly Day."

The most tolerant, pleasant and even-tempered creature in the Wood, Pooh gets along with everyone. A philosopher at heart, he is thoughtful and wise, always seeing the glass as "half-full". Pooh's insights tend to come upon him suddenly and he generally trusts his instincts more than his intelligence. He can see all sides of a situation and appreciates the validity of the differing viewpoints, but while this is a great gift it can sometimes make it difficult for Pooh to separate his own views from those of his friends. He is a very humble bear and he tries to avoid conflict, which sometimes leads to him being to accommodating when it comes to others. Comfort and routine make change seem less appealing to Pooh and if pushed he may dig his heels in rather than attempt to adjust. Pooh believes that life will come in it's own time and he sees no need to try and hurry it along. He seeks out food or sleep to comfort himself in times of stress and he has a tendency to only see his value and self-worth through the opinions and beliefs of his friends.