Strengths and weaknesses (personality)

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Taoist pictorial representation of dark and light

Strengths and weaknesses generally refer to a person's character.

Often a strength can be a weakness, and vice versa, a weakness can be a strength. In Chinese philosophy, yin and yang (e.g., dark and light) are described as complementary opposites within a greater whole.

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