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The Virtues

Acceptance
Accountability
Ambition
Assertiveness
Beauty
Benevolence
Bravery
Caring
Charity
Chastity
Caution
Cleanliness
Commitment
Compassion
Confidence
Consideration
Contentment
Cooperation
Courage
Courtesy
Creativity
Curiosity
Defiance
Dependability
Detachment
Determination
Devotion
Diligence
Discernment
Discretion
Discipline
Eloquence
Empathy
Enthusiasm
Excellence
Faith
Faithfulness
Flexibility
Focus
Forbearance
Forgiveness
Fortitude
Friendliness
Frugality
Generosity
Gentleness
Grace
Gratitude
Helpfulness
Honesty
Honor
Hope
Humbleness
Humility
Humor
Idealism
Integrity
Impartiality
Industry
Innocence
Joyfulness
Justice
Kindness
Knowledge
Liberality
Love
Loyalty
Magnanimity
Majesty
Meekness
Mercy
Moderation
Modesty
Obedience
Openness
Orderliness
Patience
Peace
Perseverance
Persistence
Piety
Prudence
Punctuality
Purity
Purposefulness
Reliability
Resoluteness
Resourcefulness
Respect
Responsibility
Restraint
Reverence
Righteousness
Selflessness
Self-sacrifice
Service
Sensitivity
Silence
Simplicity
Sincerity
Sobriety
Spontaneity
Steadfastness
Strength
Tact
Temperance
Thankfulness
Thrift
Tolerance
Toughness
Tranquility
Trust
Trustworthiness
Truthfulness
Understanding
Unity
Vitality
Wisdom
Wonder
Zeal
Acceptance
To consider circumstances, especially those that can not be changed, as satisfactory.

Accountability
The quality or state of being accountable; especially: an obligation or willingness to accept responsibility or to account for one's actions.

Ambition
Having a strong desire for success or achievement.

Assertiveness
Disposed to or characterized by bold or confident assertion.

Beauty
The quality or aggregate of qualities in a person or thing that gives pleasure to the senses or pleasurably exalts the mind or spirit. Aesthetic harmony.

Benevolence
The disposition to do good.

Bravery
A quality of spirit that enables you to face danger of pain without showing fear.

Caring
to give care. A concern for...

Charity
Generosity and helpfulness especially toward the needy or suffering. Aid given to those in need.

Chastity
Purity in conduct and intention.

Caution
Avoidance of rashness, attention to safety.

Cleanliness
Careful to keep clean : fastidious, habitually kept clean.

Commitment
The firm carrying out of purpose.

Compassion
Sympathetic awareness of others' distress together with a desire to alleviate it.

Confidence
A feeling of one's powers or of reliance on one's circumstances. Faith in oneself.

Consideration
Thoughtful and sympathetic regard for the needs of others. Careful thought.

Contentment
The quality of feeling satisfied with one's possessions, status, or situation.

Cooperation
To associate with another or others for mutual benefit/to achieve a shared goal.

Courage
A quality of spirit that enables you to face danger or pain without showing fear.

Courtesy
Polite, respectful or considerate behaviour mindful of other people.

Creativity
The ability to create. A quality involving the generation of new ideas or concepts, or new associations of the creative mind between existing ideas or concepts.

Curiosity
A desire to find out and know things.

Defiance
Bold resistance.

Dependability
Reliable, worthy of reliance or trust.

Detachment
Freedom from atachments.

Determination
Firmness of purpose.

Devotion
A great love or loyalty, enthusiastic zeal.

Diligence
Conscientiousness in paying proper attention to a task; giving the degree of care required in a given situation. Persevering determination to perform a task.

Discernment
The ability to distinguish; judgement; Discrimination; To distinguish between things; To perceive differences that exist.

Discretion
Being discrete in ones speech, keeping secrets.

Discipline
The trait of being well behaved and under control.

Eloquence
Powerful and effective language. Fluent, persuasive and articulate speech.

Empathy
Identification with and understanding of another's situation, feelings, and motives.

Enthusiasm
A feeling of excitement. Exuberance: overflowing with eager enjoyment or approval.

Excellence
The quality of excelling; possessing good qualities in high degree.

Faith
Complete confidence in a person, plan or set of beliefs etc.

Faithfulness
Steadfast in affection or allegiance; loyal.

Flexibility
Adaptable, able to be changed to suit circumstances.

Focus
Concentrated awareness and effort.

Forbearance
Restraint under provocation; patience: good-natured tolerance of delay or incompetence.

Forgiveness
To cease to feel angry or bitter towards a person or about an offense.

Fortitude
Strength of mind that enables one to endure adversity with courage.

Friendliness
Agreeableness is a tendency to be pleasant and accommodating.

Frugality
Prudence in avoiding waste. Being economical with resources.

Generosity
Giving or ready to give freely, free from meanness or prejudice.

Gentleness
Moderate; mild, quite; not rough or severe.

Grace
Elegance and beauty of movement or expression.

Gratitude
Being thankful.

Helpfulness
The quality of providing useful assistance.

Honesty
Truthful; sincere; not lieing or cheating.

Honor
Not disposed to cheat or defraud; not deceptive or fraudulent. Worthy of being honored.

Hope
The general feeling that some desire will be fulfilled.

Humbleness
Modest; not arrogant or boastful.

Humility
A disposition to be humble; a lack of false pride.

Humor
The ability to perceive, enjoy, or express what is amusing, comical, incongruous, or absurd.

Idealism
High mindedness: elevated ideals and conduct; the quality of believing that ideals should be pursued.

Integrity
Moral soundness; Integrity is consistency of values and actions. Unbroken completeness with nothing lacking.

Impartiality
Fair. An inclination to weigh both views or opinions equally without bias.

Industry
Diligent, hardworking.

Innocence
Guileless, not guilty.

Joyfulness
The emotion of great happiness

Justice
Fair, impartial, giving a deserved response.

Kindness
Friendly, helpful, well meaning.

Knowledge
Part of the hierarchy made up of data, information and knowledge. Data are raw facts. Information is data with context and perspective. Knowledge is information with guidance for action based upon insight and experience.

Liberality
An inclination to favor progress and individual freedom the trait of being generous in behavior and temperament.

Love
A deep, tender, ineffable feeling of affection and solicitude toward a person, such as that arising from kinship, recognition of attractive qualities, or a sense of underlying oneness.

Loyalty
Steadfast in allegiance to one's homeland, government, or sovereign. Faithful to a person, ideal, custom, cause, or duty.

Magnanimity
The virtue of being great of mind and heart. It encompasses, usually, a refusal to be petty, a willingness to face danger, and actions for noble purposes.

Majesty
Great and impressive dignity.

Meekness
The feeling of patient, submissive humbleness; a disposition to be patient and long suffering.

Mercy
Clemency: leniency and compassion shown toward offenders by a person or agency charged with administering justice.

Moderation
The avoidance of extremes in one’s actions or opinions.

Modesty
Freedom from vanity or conceit. Not inclined to boast.

Obedience
Willingness to obey, to be controlled when necessary, to carry out orders.

Openness
Ready and willing to talk candidly.Unsecretive.

Orderliness
neatness and tidiness. A personality trait which involves the organization of things into a state of order and symmetry. The quality of appreciating method and system.

Patience
The ability to endure delay, trouble, pain or hardship.

Peace
Freedom from mental agitation; serenity.

Perseverance
Being persistent, refusing to stop despite failures, delays and difficulties.

Persistence
Never-ceasing, relentless.

Piety
Humble devotion to a high ideal.

Prudence
Wise or careful in conduct. Shrewd or thrifty in planning ahead.

Punctuality
The quality or habit of adhering to an appointed time.

Purity
Freedom from defilement. Undiluted or unmixed with extraneous material. Unsullied by sin or moral wrong.

Purposefulness
Having a definite goal.

Reliability
Can be trusted to do something.

Resoluteness
The quality of being firm in purpose.

Resourcefulness
The ablility to act effectively or imaginatively, especially in regard to difficult situations and unusual problems.

Respect
Admiration for others. Treating people with due dignity.

Responsibility
Having control over and accountability for appropriate events.

Restraint
Holding Back.

Reverence
Profound awe and respect.

Righteousness
Adhering to moral principles. Holiness.

Selflessness
The quality of unselfish concern for the welfare of others.

Self-sacrifice
The giving up of one's own benefit, especially giving up one's life, for the good of others.

Service
Work done by one person or group that benefits another.

Sensitivity
Heightened awareness of oneself and others within the context of social and personal relationships.

Silence
Inner peace. Being silent.

Simplicity
Straightforward; not complex or complicated. Unpretentious.

Sincerity
Free from pretense or deceit in manner or actions.

Sobriety
Serious, solemn and calm. Free from intoxication.

Spontaneity
Natural, not planned.

Steadfastness
Firm, resolute; determinedly unwavering.

Strength
Capable of exerting great force.

Tact
Consideration in dealing with others and avoiding giving offense.

Temperance
Moderation and self-restraint, as in behavior or expression. Restraint in the use of or abstinence from alcoholic liquors/intoxicants.

Thankfulness
Warm friendly feelings of gratitude.

Thrift
The characteristic of using a minimum of something. Saving.

Tolerance
Tending to permit, allow, understand, or accept something; tending to withstand or survive.

Toughness
Strong and durable; not easily damaged.

Tranquility
Serenely quite and peaceful; undisturbed.

Trust
Having confidence in others; lacking suspicion.

Trustworthiness
Able to be trusted or depended on; reliable.

Truthfulness
Accurately depicting what is real.

Understanding
Comprehension, assimilation of knowledge. The holistic awareness of facts.

Unity
Freedom from division. Oneness.

Vitality
Exuberant physical strength or mental vigor, energy.

Wisdom
The trait of utilizing knowledge and experience with common sense and insight.

Wonder
The feeling aroused by something strange and surprising.

Zeal
Ardor. A feeling of strong eagerness. Tireless devotion.


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