Human virtue: Hope, faith and redemption.
The Son stands for the compensation of life and it’s composed of faith, hope and redemption. The Father stands for the source of life and he is omniscient, omnipotent and all good. The Spirit stands for the motive of life and it is driven by intelligence, power and morals.
see https://modernphilosophystandards.wordpress.com/2014/07/16/decrypting-the-old-trinity/ for in depth elaboration.
The son, the father and the holy ghost as explored in the old trinity study; is a system of all views of perspective. Through the eyes of 1st person (son), 2nd person (father) and the 3rd person (spirit). We are all in the stage of being the son (1st person) living in a world where we experience life, it’s labors and burdens. We don’t have a choice but to be as children and build our foundation and trust based on hope, faith and redemption. Hope being our unseen future. Faith in our parents. And the process of redeeming ourselves making mistakes as we learn through life, which is what it is to be human.
Work place ethics: Energy, Responsibility and Wisdom
I am passionate about my work and i am very optimistic with my outlook in life. I feel like energy is contagious and that if we all just communicate this and release positive energy in a constructive way we will pave new worlds.
I also understand that we are judged as a collective in life and it is important that each person represent themselves with the team in mind. I know that as a team player i am responsible for my future as well as those i work with. “Leave no man behind” is my motto.
I believe that wisdom that comes with hardship and wisdom granted out of circumstance. Is a gift. One of reflection, awareness and deeper understanding; that everyone has a story. The more you care the more you enrich yourself.
The Three Principles: Truth, Love and Courage.
From Truth comes Honesty. From Love comes Compassion. From Courage comes Valor. Truth and Love combined create Justice. Love and Courage combined create Sacrifice. Courage and Truth combined create Honor. From Truth, Love, and Courage comes Spirituality.
Pride is caused by the absence of the Three Principles, the opposite of Pride is Humility.
Knightly virtue(8): Honesty, Compassion, valor, justice, sacrifice, honor, spirituality and humility.
The Pentangle(5): friendship, generosity, courtesy, chastity, and piety.
The Sir Gwaine was said to be the most virtuous knight who lived. Represented by the 5 pointed pentangle star on his shield. It represented power over evil and perfection. The power of phi can be found in the geometry of the 5 pointed star. Third king of Israel, Solomon was said to wear the pentangle on his ring as power over demons. It essentially represents eternal incorruptibility. Said to be a circular number since it reproduces itself in its last digit when raised to its powers. it can be replicated through creating a star inside of it into the microcosm or outside of it into the macrocosm forever and ever.
Friendship: is a mutual affection between 2 or more people.
Generosity: is the habit of giving without expecting anything in return.
Courtesy: Gentle politeness and courtly manners.
Chastity: Sexual behavior of a man according to moral standards.
Piety: is a virtue that can mean religious devotion and spirituality, or a combination of both.
12 virtues of Rationalization:
Curiosity, relinquishment, lightness, evenness, argument, empiricism, simplicity, humility, perfectionism, precision, scholarship, and the void.
These virtues are for rationalization of a subject or matter. It’s written by Eliezer S. Yudkowsky, They are science based virtues and i think they would fit perfectly into my set of virtues. I will try to incorporate them into my design of light.
12 virtues of Human Teaching
These twelve virtues are derived from the The Conduct of Schools written by the Founder, Saint John Baptist de la Salle.
Here is a set of virtues set by a teacher who I would say could be more relative to today’s students and much more useful in a world of information.
Gravity, Silence, Humility, Prudence, Wisdom, Patience, Reserve, Gentleness, Zeal, vigilance, Piety, Generosity