Your character will find their qualities challenged through conflict.
The qualities - and the character traits - can't be painted around a name with stereotypical brush strokes. This kind of character would not be recognisably human, inspirational or achievable: it is difficult to identify with an all-too-perfect character.
A character must respond reflectively. They must consider the dangers involved and show the struggle to decide on the right course of action. If the actions do not require thought, all the character shows is poorly developed impulse control.
The characters must be put under stress in complex situations and, once they are, to heighten the tension, give them more than one option - the selfish and the selfless choice.
Helpfulness, or bravery, can only be understood if it fits with the qualities the character has already shown.
If your character is commanded to comply with a direct order will they show that they are aware that going against a command is essentially wrong? Will they suffer when they go against authority, society or tradition? The qualities we have ascribed to our characters are noble but a fully rounded character acknowledges that what is right feels impossible – at first – to do.
Quick: the choices for letter Q are limited. How are you feeling?
quarrelsome, querulous, questioning, quiescent, quiet, quirky, quixotic, quizzical
I'm feeling questioning. I'm in training to be a Learning Champion - and as those are two of my favourite words I think it's going to be a great day :D