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advocating

standing up for a person, cause, or idea

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attending

keeping an eye on someone or something, being ready to give care

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caring

applying energy and skill in the service of someone or something

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collaborating

working in partnership with others on a significant project

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committing

pledging oneself to a person, thing, or course of action

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communicating

sending or receiving a message

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cooperating

assisting or complying with another toward shared ends

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cultivating

fostering, encouraging, and preparing for growth; improving by labor, care, or study; refining

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deciding

making a timely choice

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defining a problem

setting forth or explaining the essential nature of a difficulty

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delegating

entrusting a peer or a subordinate with a task

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listening

sustained and attentive hearing

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evaluating

determining the success or failure of an effort

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imagining solutions

generating ideas that could solve a problem

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including

allowing, inviting, and encouraging others to join a group or enterprise

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inspiring

spurring to action or uplifting as if by divine force

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mentoring

taking responsibility for the growth of another through the sustained sharing of knowledge and wisdom

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planning

designing and arranging the component parts of a project

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problem-solving

purposefully and skillfully addressing needs to guide a solution to successful completion

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protecting

guarding or defending

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prototyping

constructing a preliminary explanation, answer, or decision from which improved or modified versions may be developed

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providing

meeting a need

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sharing

voluntarily giving part of what you have to another

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stewarding

managing resources sustainably

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amiability

a friendly and pleasant attitude

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benevolence

good-will toward all

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compassion

caring response to the misfortunes of others

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confidence

self-assurance arising from a sense of certainty about the rightness of one’s conduct

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continence

self-restraint

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courage

determination in the face of pain, risk, grief, fear, defeat, or even death

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courtesy

polite behavior toward others

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deference

yielding to the skills, judgment, or authority of another person

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dependability

trustworthiness; reliability

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diligence

careful and persistent effort

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discipline

self-control; self-denial; deferring gratification

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empathy

feeling the experiences of another as though they were one’s own

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enthusiasm

passionate eagerness in any pursuit

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faith

trust or confidence

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fidelity

loyal and faithful support

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flexibility

the ability to adapt to change

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forgiveness

pardon of injuries that releases resentment and bitterness; letting go of a grudge

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fortitude

the strength to bear misfortune calmly and patiently

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generosity

the act of giving more than is necessary or expected

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grace

unmerited forgiveness and favor

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gratitude

appreciation for what we have been given, especially that we did not deserve or create

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grit

resolve in the face of difficulty; firmness of character; indomitable spirit

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honesty

telling the truth and dealing fairly with all

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honor

holding oneself to the highest code of conduct; contributing to the wellbeing of the community, and thereby deserving respect

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integrity

wholeness; moral and ethical consistency; showing the same face to everyone

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intimacy

close familiarity or friendship

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irony

an attitude that recognizes and accepts the incongruities, complexities, and paradoxes of life

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justice

giving each his or her due; fair behavior or treatment

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kindness

selfless help of others

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magnanimity

greatness of spirit; extreme generosity

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modesty

attitude of moderation or humility concerning one’s abilities or strengths

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openness

willingness to consider unfamiliar aspects of the world before making a final judgment

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optimism

the ability to remain hopeful and resourceful in adversity as well as prosperity

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patience

the ability to wait calmly

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receptivity

acceptance of something or someone

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resilience

the ability to “spring back” into shape after being crushed or pressured; the ability to recover quickly or easily from misfortune or shock; robustness; adaptability

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respect

treating people or things as if they merit one’s care

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reverence

deep respect

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self-awareness

knowledge of one’s own personhood, including character, feelings, motives, desires, and place in the world

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sincerity

meaning what one says

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sophrosyne [suh FROSS uh nee]

condition in which a person’s reason and drives are in balance, giving each its due and allowing neither to dominate

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vivacity

lively and animated participation

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spirituality

concern with sacred dimensions of experience

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vulnerability

the absence of emotional barriers between the self and others; the endurance of risk for the possibility of love

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wisdom

the power to judge rightly in the face of ambiguity (phronesis); seeing the world as it is, not how it seems to be (sophia)

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wit

the ability to use one’s reasoning ability quickly, cleverly, and effectively

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alienation

the sense of anxiety, isolation, or separation that comes from not feeling at home in one’s world

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balance

maintaining a healthy equilibrium by choosing wisely when confronted with conflicting or overlapping responsibilities

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belonging

feeling included, even “at home,” because of care received and reciprocated

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character

the distinctive personal qualities and habits that direct a person’s decisions and future actions

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community

a group of people pursuing a common mission in sustainable ways for the good of all of its members

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coordination

the effective inspiration and management of a community’s efforts toward achieving a shared goal

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curiosity

a strong desire to know or learn something new

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ethics

the study and practice of the repeated behaviors and habits that lead to strong senses of spirit, belonging, and thriving

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ethos (pl. ethoi)

the defining spirit of a community as manifested in its beliefs, habits, and aspirations

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engagement

full involvement with others in a shared community

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eudaimonia

the deep, profound happiness and satisfaction that comes from virtuously moving toward one’s telos throughout life (see telos defined below)

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external goods

superficial, transitory rewards that exist in the world of things rather than in the complex emotional and ethical realm of the self

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growth mindset

focus on the effort and improvement necessary to overcome challenges rather than on one’s ability or performance at a point in time

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internal goods

intangible and enduring rewards derived from the gradual mastery of complex skills and productive, healthy practices

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leadership

engaging, serving, and coordinating one’s communities in ethical and sustainable ways so that those communities move toward their goals; the cultivated habit of understanding the world as your world, for which you have the responsibility of proactive care (see responsibility defined below)

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narrative goods

the intrinsic rewards of belonging and direction that come when one tells the honest story about where he comes from, where he is, and where he is going

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negative capability

the ability to hold conflicting ideas, feelings, and motivations in oneself without forcing a premature judgment or decision among them

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responsibility

the understanding that we must own our actions, that we are liable for their consequences, and that we owe reciprocal care to our communities

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self definition 1

a self is its web of social roles, through which it cares for and is cared for by its world.

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self definition 2

a self is its character, its capacity to be effective, its virtues minus its vices.

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service

tending to the needs of people and our world in a way that promotes, preserves, and enhances their thriving

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sustainability

creation and preservation of the conditions that allow something to continue existing

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synthesizing

creating connections between separate entities in a way that imparts something new and unified

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telos

what a being could become if it grew into its fullest self; the as-yet unrealized-trajectory of one’s being

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thriving

growing, developing, flourishing; actualizing one’s highest potential

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vice

a destructive, unsustainable habit, behavior, or quality that inhibits caring and thriving and that therefore harms its host and his community

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virtue

an excellent habit or quality, developed over time, that helps a person to care, to serve, to thrive, and to gain the internal goods that make life purposeful and satisfying

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