In the grandest scope of the All, there is neither balance nor imbalance — it simply is....
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Philotimo - A Word without Borders
There is no word in the english language for the random moments that give birth to eternal questions.
No word for the deep awareness and desire to do good, and demand so from others.
There is no word in the english language that blends the sense of individual purpose with the certainty that life is held in common.
There is no word for doing your work with pride while you expect no reward, or when you’ll always do more than is expected of you, when recognized just once for what you did.
No word for standing up to fear and still brave the day with humbleness that outlasts all hardship.
No word for what makes you stand up and fight when you could have just gone gently into the night.
There is no word in the english language to describe love of honor or the honor of love, and the tragic void of one without the other.
There is no word that measures friendship in a stranger, or for the comfort that fills the empty moments you hold with people you trust.
There’s no word to say you’re sorry that matters more than making up for it.
No word to measure virtue, against its own reward.
No word for that space between your freedom and mine, neither for the power of duty to give one’s up for the sake of another’s, none too for the half-heard cry of liberty growing in the stillness between two waves of the sea.
There is no word to describe the art of unwrapping the gift of life in the present.
No word for the need to live in a better world!
Produced by Channing Rion for Philotimo Foundation
and the campaign to admit #philotimo into international vocabularies.
Sound production by brilliant Nick Elia (http://www.nickelia.com/).
Philotimo (also spelled filotimo; Greek: φιλότιμο) is a Greek noun translating to "love of honor". However, philotimo is almost impossible to translate sufficiently as it describes a complex array of virtues. - Wikipedia
#3563: Aligned by action with the noblest of human virtues.
#3564: Nobility of character in action.
#3565: Qualities of the essence of being in human action.
#3566: Love for 'what I am' in essence — which is Everything, no exceptions — balanced with 'who I am' (a personality,) expressed in actions having natural qualities (noble virtues) such as peace, courage, kindness and compassion.
#3574: A choice in the moment to live from the Timeless (the borderless, undefined Infinite) in a dance with the bordered, defined Temporal, evidenced by whole human acts of eternal qualities.
- suggested by Emanate Presence