The word for today is…
disposition (noun) – 1. One’s usual mood; temperament.
2. (a) A habitual inclination; a tendency.
(b) A physical property or tendency.
3. Arrangement, positioning, or distribution.
4. An act of disposing; a bestowal or transfer to another.
5. The power or liberty to control, direct, or dispose.
Source : The Free Dictionary
Etymology : Late 14th century, “ordering, management,” also “tendency of mind,” from Old French disposicion (12th century) “arrangement, order; mood, state of mind,” from Latin dispositionem (nominative dispositio) “arrangement, management,” noun of action from past participle stem of disponere “to put in order, arrange”. References to “temperament” (late 14th century in English) are from astrological use of the word for “position of a planet as a determining influence.”