Strengths of wisdom and knowledge denote cognitive strengths that entail the acquisition and use of knowledge.
Creativity signifies originality, ingenuity that involves thinking of novel and productive ways to conceptualize and do things.
Open-mindedness; judgment, critical thinking imply thinking things through and examining them from all sides; weighing all evidence fairly.
Love of learning furnish ability mastering new skills, topics, and bodies of knowledge whether on one’s own or formally.
Perspective or wisdom bring about being able to provide wise counsel to others; having ways of looking at the world that make sense to oneself and to other people.
Strengths of courage are emotional strengths that involve the exercise of will to accomplish goals in the face of opposition, external and internal.
Bravery and valor means not shrinking from threat, challenge, difficulty, or pain; acting on convictions even if unpopular.
Persistence and perseverance, industriousness is finishing what one starts; persisting in a course of action in spite of obstacles.
Integrity, authenticity and honesty signify ability presenting oneself in a genuine way; taking responsibility for one’s feeling and actions.
Vitality, zest, enthusiasm and vigor involve approaching life with excitement and energy; feeling alive and activated.
Strengths of humanity ask for interpersonal strengths that involve tending and befriending others.
Love means valuing close relations with others, in particular those in which sharing and caring are reciprocated.
Kindness signifies generosity, nurturance, care, compassion, and altruistic love and niceness incite doing favors and good deeds for others.
Social intelligence demands emotional intelligence, personal intelligence which is ability to being aware of the motives and feelings of other people and oneself.
Strengths of justice implicate civic strengths that underlie healthy community life.
Citizenship demands social responsibility, loyalty, teamwork, and ability working well as a member of a group or team; being loyal to the group.
Fairness is treating all people the same according to notions of fairness and justice; not letting personal feelings bias decisions about others.
Leadership encourages a group of which one is a member to get things done and at the same maintain time and good relations within the group.
Strengths of temperance insist strengths that protect against excess.
Forgiveness and mercy is forgiving those who have done wrong; accepting the shortcomings of others; giving people a second chance; not being vengeful.
Humility or modesty suggest letting one’s accomplishments speak for themselves; not regarding oneself as more special than one is.
Prudence is being careful about one’s choices; not taking undue risks; not saying or doing things that might later be regretted.
Self-regulation or self-control is regulating what one feels and does; being disciplined; controlling one’s appetites and emotions.
Strengths of transcendence are strengths that forge connections to the larger universe and provide meaning.
Appreciation of beauty and excellence ask one to be in awe, wonder, elevation, appreciating beauty, excellence, and/or skilled performance in various domains of life.
Gratitude is being aware of and thankful of the good things that happen; taking time to express thanks.
Hope, optimism, future-mindedness, future orientation looks forward to the best in the future and working to achieve it.
Humor and playfulness is ability to laugh and tease; bringing smiles to other people; seeing the light side.
Spirituality or religiousness, faith, purpose embarks coherent beliefs about the higher purpose, the meaning of life, and the meaning of the universe.
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