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Acceptance – Good treatment to others that are new or different from you. 







Accommodation  – The act of giving anything that provides comfort usually to a guest or a traveller.

 




Adaptability – Able to adjust yourself readily to different conditions or situations.

 




Apology-Giving  – The act of giving a written or spoken expression of regret.




 

Appreciation – The recognition of goodness that you have received and awareness that you should give thanks.





Best Effort – The use of maximum effort exerted to complete a task.





Caution  – The practice of being alert to take steps to avoid danger.




 
Charity  – The idea of giving from what you have to aid the poor, ill, or helpless.

 




Cheerfulness  – Belief in displaying a pleasant, happy spirit.





Citizenship  – The belief in one’s responsibility to function as a active member of society.

 




Clean Talk – The habit of keeping yourself and the environment free from dirt, trash or clutter.

 



Courage – The idea of overcoming your fear to accomplish a noble task.

 




Cleanliness – The habit of keeping yourself environment clean, free from dirt, trash, clutter, or disorder.

 




Communication  – The flow of information between individuals to bring forth understanding, progress and Goodness.

 




Confidence – Realistic belief in your own ability or power.

 




Cooperation – An act or instance of working together for a common purpose or benefit.

 



Courage – The idea of overcoming your fear to accomplish a noble task.

 



Courtesy – The practice of excellence in manners and social conduct for the benefit of others.

 



Determination  – The idea of staying firm to a purpose or goal, facing obstacles, doing whatever it takes until it is accomplished.

 



Dignity  – Strong effort to conduct yourself properly especially in the presence of others.

 




Empathy  – The effort made to identify with the feelings or thoughts of another.

 



Fairness  – The belief in the giving of equal and appropriate treatment towards others.

 




Focus  – Full attention given to complete a task while blocking out distractions. 

 




Forgiveness – The idea of letting go of anger you have towards someone who has done you harm.

 



Friendship – Mutual kindness and support given between individuals to develop a strong relationship.

 



Generosity  – The practice of giving freely more than giving freely more than what is expected to give.

 



Good Manners  – A code of conduct that is admirable, pleasing, and beneficial to others in most social settings.

 




Goal Setting  – The idea of putting in front of yourself a good object to work towards reaching.

 



Greenity – Care given to the environment, especially by avoiding acts that are harmful to the environment.

 



Healthy Choice – The idea of making choices that benefit your mind, body and spirit.

 




Helpfulness  – The act of providing assistance to other to accomplish a task or satisfy a need.

 



Honesty  – The idea of telling the truth even when you fear it will not benefit you.

 




Hope  – The feeling that what you want can be gained even if it does not seem possible.

 




Humility  – The practice of not thinking you are better than others due to your abilities.

 

 

Independence – The desire to function on your own without depending too much on others.

 




Initiative –The belief in taking action to do something that needs to be done to benefit yourself and others.

 



Kindness  – The doing of good deeds that can benefit or help others.

 




Learning –The desire to participate in the process of acquiring knowledge or skills.

 



Leadership – The belief that it is one’s duty to use their ability to guide other when called to do so.

 



Life-Preservation – The understanding that life is precious, deserving of protection.



 

Listening  – The effort to give full attention to what is being said to.

 



Loyalty – A promise to support, serve and help someone close to you.

 



Making Amends – The belief in doing good to repair a damaged relationship.

 




Mercy – The belief in giving relief to another who is in a position of discomfort.

 



Moderation  – The belief in avoiding extremes in behaviour and consumption.

 




Modesty – An effort to not draw attention to yourself or take credit for you abilities.

 



Non-violence  – The practice of avoiding the temptation to use violence except in the case of self defence.

 



Open-mindedness – Belief in being open to consider new ideas.

 




Patience  – The belief in remaining calm while waiting for something you want.

 




Peacefulness  – The belief in making a relationship or an environment calm and free from conflict.  



 

Perseverance – The idea of making the effort to keep on trying in the face difficulty.

 




Planning  – The idea of preparing in advance the steps needed to accomplish a goal.



 

Positive Thinking – The practice of thinking thoughts that are beneficial.

 



Professionalism  – The belief in taking your job seriously and using your skills to the best of your abilities.

 




Promise-Keeping – The belief that you must make effort to do what you say you will do for someone.

 




Punctuality – The practice of arriving at a scheduled event at the appointed time.

 




Reliability  – The idea becoming known as someone follows through on commitments.

 




Respect  – Honouring the rights of others by giving them proper treatment even if you think they may not deserve it.

 





Responsibility  – The Acceptance of a task, role or job that that has been assign to you.

 



Safety – The concern for keeping oneself or others free from the occurrence or risk of injury, danger, or loss.

 




Self-Control – Effort used to restrain yourself for the benefit of yourself and others.   

 




Self- Respect – The belief in the importance of good conduct and doing things that promote your good image.

 




Sharing – The idea of giving a portion of what you have to someone else.

 




Sincerity – True desire to bring about goodness with your deeds.

 




Sportsmanship  – The belief in good conduct in a competition, before, during and after.

 



Teaching  – The act of giving knowledge and showing others how to use it.

 




Thoughtfulness – The practice of thinking about the needs of others and what you can do for them.

 



Thinking-Through – The idea of acting only after careful thought without haste.

 




Time-Management  – The idea of making proper use of your time

 



Trust – Strong belief that someone will do right by you because they have done so before.

 



Unity  – The idea that progress can come out of togetherness. 



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