Definitions of Virtues
Citizenship: The status of a citizen with respect to his duties, rights, and privileges; and having the desire to make his state/country a better place.
Compassion: Feeling of sympathy for the distress of others, with the desire to help.
Courage: The capacity to meet danger without giving way to fear; to have the courage of one's convictions; to be willing to put one's opinions into practice.
Decency: Conformity to prevailing standards of modesty, what is appropriate in speech, dress and behavior.
Discipline: Training expected to produce a specific character trait, moral or mental improvement; self-control.
Empathy: Entering into the feeling or spirit of others and imagining yourself in another person's situation.
Fairness: Playing by the rules. Take turns and share. Be open-minded; listen to others; don't take advantage of others; don't blame others carelessly.
Generosity: Giving freely of our own possessions, time and or talent to someone else.
Hope: Confident expectation of the fulfillment of a wish.
Integrity: Steadfast adherence to a strict moral or ethical code.
Fair treatment and due reward or punishment in accordance with honor, standards, or law.
Morality: concern with the distinction between good and evil or right and wrong; right or good conduct.
Perseverance: Trying hard and continuously in spite of obstacles and difficulties.
Prudence: thinking through the implications of our actions and decisions to avoid error or danger
and to promote the good.
Respect for Others: showing full appreciation of the worth and dignity of others; living by
"the golden rule": do unto others as you would want done unto you.
Responsibility: accepting and meeting the demands of our duty in life, being accountable, and pursuing excellence.
Solidarity: A shared common interest; active loyalty within a group.
Tolerance: Realizing and appreciating that everyone has a right to different beliefs and opinions, as long as those beliefs and opinions do not cause harm to others.
Wisdom: ability to apply knowledge, experience, understanding or common sense and insight; the ability to discern or judge what is true, right, or lasting.