Virtue First Foundation
To refrain from sexuality that is contrary to ones morals.
Intense emotionalism towards an interest or pursuit.
Advice, opinion, or instruction to a friend needing help.
Using ones talents as a means of earning ones livelihood.
To be genuine, honest, not falsified or duplicated.
Favorably disposed and inclined to be kind and helpful to others.
Kindly, amiable, mild mannered and respectable.
Honesty, fairness, or integrity in ones beliefs, to hold in high respect.
The ability to perceive the comic or absurd quality of life. Good temperament.
Training of ones self, usually for improvement.
Willingness to comply with or submit to authority.
Conformity to the rules of right and virtuous conduct.
Control or restraint of oneself or ones actions or feelings.
To surrender personal freedom and subject yourself to the will of another.
The quality of being free from vanity. Not boastful. Humble.
Fair and permissive attitude toward those whose opinions or practice differ from your own.
The actual state of affairs, honest, accurate, verity, platitude.
The readiness and ability to initiate action.
Good or benevolent nature, considerate, helpful, humane, gentle, loving.
Acquaintance with facts, truths, or principles from study.
The ability to go before others and show them the way. Guide. Direct.
The state of being faithful to commitments, obligations, causes, and people.
Esteem or deference to a right of another, to honor, be courteous to.
Answerable or accountable for one’s own actions.
Proper esteem or regard for the dignity of one’s character.
Devoted love, support, and defense of one’s country.
To undergo a penalty, pain, or loss in defending a principle, ideal, goal, or movement.
True to one word, promise, allegiance, or affection. To be loyal and constant.
To yield to the possession or power of another person, influence, or course.
Being tough, not giving up, coming back time and time again.
To grasp the significance, importance, or meaning of.
Keeping a dignified composed manner even under stress.
Being wise and judicious in planning practical and future affairs.
What is right, righteous, guided by truth, reason, and fairness.
Mental and emotional strength in facing difficulty and adversity.
Moderation or self-restraint in action.
Belief, confidence or trust in a person or thing, not based on proof.
To look forward, to believe, desire, and trust that events will work out as desired.
Affectionate concern for the well-being of others.
The ability to face difficulty, danger, or pain without fear.
Vicariously experiencing the feelings, thoughts, emotions, or attitudes of others.
Readiness or liberality in giving to those in need.
Having a modest estimate of ones own importance. Not proud.
Adherence to moral principles. Congruence in thought, spoken word, and deed.
Benevolent feeling toward those in need, generous actions.
The ability to suppress restlessness when delayed. Waiting without complaint.
Feeling or expressing gratitude or appreciation.
Surrender or destruction of something prized for the sake of something of higher value.
The ability to discern what is true of right, judicious and learned.
An act of helpful activity or aid.
Great delight or happiness caused by something good.
The act of restraining ones self, avoiding extremes. Temperance.
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