Attraction: 1a: the act, process, or power of attracting. 1b: personal charm. 2b: the action or power of drawing forth a response: an attractive quality. 3b: a force acting mutually between particles of matter, tending to draw them together, and resisting their separation. 4: something that attracts or is intended to attract people by appealing to their desires or tastes.
Authenticity: (Authentic) 1: worthy of acceptance or belief as conforming to or based on fact. 2: not false or imitation. 3: true to one’s own personality, spirit, or character.
Bravery: The quality or state of being brave; Brave: having or showing courage.
Courage: mental or moral strength to venture, persevere, and withstand danger, fear, or difficulty.
Compassion: sympathetic consciousness of others’ distress together with a desire to alleviate it.
Competition: 1: the act or process of competing: Rivalry. 2: a contest between rivals.
Compete: to strive consciously or unconsciously for an objective. (as position, profit, or a prize)
1. Control: 1a: to exercise restraining or directing influence over: Regulate. 1b: to have power over: Rule
2. Control: an act or instance of controlling; also: power or authority to guide or manage.
Creation: The act of creating; esp: the act of bringing the world into ordered existence.
Create: to produce or bring about by a course of action or behavior.
Death: a permanent cessation of all vital functions: the end of life.
1. Discipline: 1: training that corrects, molds, or perfects the mental faculties or moral character. 2: control gained by enforcing obedience or order.
2. Discipline: to punish or penalize for the sake of discipline.
Endurance: 1: the ability to withstand hardship or adversity; esp: the ability to sustain a prolonged stressful effort or activity. 2: the act or an instance of enduring or suffering.
Eternity: 1: the quality or state of being eternal. 2: infinite time. 3: the state after death: Immortality
Eternal: having infinite duration: Everlasting
Forgiveness: the act of forgiving.
Forgive: 1: to give up resentment of or claim to requital for. 2: to cease to feel resentment against: Pardon
Gentleness: the quality or state of being gentle; esp: mildness of manners or disposition.
Gratitude: the state of being grateful.
Grateful: appreciative of benefits received.
Harmony: 1: pleasing or congruent arrangement of parts. 2: internal calm: Tranquility
Honesty: 1: fairness and straightforwardness of conduct. 2: adherence to the facts.
Honest: free from fraud or deception: Legitimate, Truthful
Honor: 1: good name or public esteem: Reputation 2: a showing of usu. merited respect: Recognition 3: a person of superior standing
Humanity: 1: the quality or state of being humane. 2: the branches of learning ( as philosophy, arts, or languages) that investigate human constructs and concerns as opposed to natural processes and social relations. 3: the human race: the totality of human beings.
Humanism: a doctrine, attitude, or way of life centered on human interests or values; esp: a philosophy that usu. Rejects super-naturalism and stresses an individuals dignity and worth and capacity for self-realization through reason.
Humanitarian: a person promoting human welfare and social reform.
Independent: 1: not dependent: as (a)(1): not subject to control by others: Self-Governing. 1b:(1): not requiring or relying on something else: not contingent. 1b:(2): not looking to others for one’s opinions or for guidance in conduct. 1c:(1): not requiring or relying on others (as for care or livelihood)
Individualism: 1a:(1): a doctrine that the interests of the individual are or ought to be ethically paramount; also: conduct guided by such doctrine. 1a(2): the conception that all values, rights, and duties originate in individuals. 1b: a theory maintaining the political and economic independence of the individual and stressing individual initiative, action, and interest: conduct or practice guided by such a theory.
Individualist: 1: one that pursues a markedly independent course in thought or action. 2: one that advocates or practices individualism.
Initiative: 1: an introductory step. 2: energy or aptitude displayed in initiation of action: Enterprise. 3: at one’s own discretion: independently of outside influence or control.
Karma: the force generated by a person’s actions held in Hinduism and Buddhism to perpetuate transmigration and in its ethical consequences to determine the nature of the person’s next existence.
Kindness: 1: a kind deed: Favor. 2a: the quality or state of being kind. 2b: Affection.
Kind: 1: Affectionate, Loving. 2: of a sympathetic or helpful nature.
Life: 1a: the quality that distinguishes a vital and functional being from a dead body. 1b: a principle or force that is considered to underlie the distinctive quality of animate beings. 1c: an organismic state characterized by capacity for metabolism, growth, reaction to stimuli, and reproduction. 2: the sequence of physical and mental experiences that make up the existence of an individual. 3: spiritual existence transcending physical death. 4: a sentence of imprisonment for the remainder of a convict’s life.
Longevity: 1a: a long duration of individual life. 1b: length of life. 2: long continuance: Permanence, Durability.
Love: 1a(1): strong affection for another arising out of kinship or personal ties. 1a(2): attraction based on sexual desires. 1a(3): affection based on admiration, benevolence, or common interests. 2: warm attachment, enthusiasm, or devotion.
Loyalty: the quality or state or an instance of being loyal.
Loyal: 1: unswerving in allegiance: as a: faithful in allegiance to one’s lawful sovereign or government. b: faithful to a private person to whom fidelity is due. c: faithful to a cause, ideal, custom, institution, or product.
Materialism: 1a: a doctrine that the only or the highest values or objectives lie in material well-being and in the furtherance of material progress. 1b: a doctrine that economic or social change is materially caused. 2: a preoccupation with or stress upon material rather than intellectual, or spiritual things.
Mercy: 1: compassion or forbearance shown esp: to an offender or to one subject to one’s power; also: lenient or compassionate treatment. 2: a blessing that is an act of divine favor or compassion.
Money: 1: something generally accepted as a medium of exchange, a measure of value, or a means of payment: as a: officially coined or stamped metal currency. b: Money of Account. c: Paper Money. 2: wealth reckoned in terms of money. 2b: an amount of money. 3: a form or denomination of coin or paper money. 4: persons or interests possessing or controlling great wealth.