Finga was always a watcher. He spent countless days with his Master The jedi Mace Windu. Mace was one of the few Jedi who saw value sometimes taking a less than delicate and more direct path. He was very efficient in his thought and very black and white in his thinking. Finga respected this and at the same time wondered if Mace's rigidness was also a weakness.
In his time training he saw a great many different points of view and was exposed to many beliefs. He saw how the jedi brought peace and understanding and ended conflicts, but never saw compromise.
At one point Finga was assigned by Mace to an imprtant escort mission to protect the "Lords Kundarak" a group of Pau'An traders. who decided to take it upon themselves to keep a remote outpost on Felucia supplied with credits and amenities, in return for a certain herb that was being gathered there.
Sometime into the mission, they were ambushed by Pirates. The battle was intense but came to a halt when the pirate captain took one of the traders hostage. Mace would not relent to the pirates demands, and much to the shock of both Jedi, the captain killed the trader. This left the opening mace needed to dispatch the pirates.
Mace was shocked and saddened by the loss, but justified it to Finga saying "Jedi cannot be manipulated by their enemies. A Jedi cannot form attachments for they can become weaknesses.
But Finga disagreed. He saw the unattachment and rigidness as a weakness as well. One that could just as easily be manipulated. Over time he became less and less interested in the Jedi Religion and eventually left to forge his own path. He vowed to not be rigid, but balanced and fluid. To be able to meet each challenge with what the challenge demanded.
The Cosmic Force: The character understands on some level that everything that happens, has happened, or will happen in the galaxy is part of the Cosmic Force. The Force guides the galaxy and the individuals within it, and things happen for a reason. It Is His Duty to ensure balance in the force and ensure no one individual, group or ideal gains too much influence.
Balance: The character strives for balanced and controlled actions in his life, and in his interactions with others. He attempts to make the objectively right choice every time, knowing that balance is not always more likely to guarantee positive outcomes, but it is necessary for the greater good.
Recklessness: Of course, a little thought can go a long way towards saving someone from a major mistake, which this character may find out to his sorrow on more than one occasion. Reckless behavior can leave him in dangerous situations or at the mercy of more calculating individuals.