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All great religions have valued, examined and discussed formal name to capture a psychosocial entity that has the internal structure as shown below.and it is generally regarded as a virtue. However, note that the term is being used here in a specific way: as a
g5: requires a creative with the other person. that is not creative will remain superficial and immersion in the feelings and perspectives of the other party will not be allowed. As a result, it will be difficult or impossible to deliver the benefits of . The spiritual associations of arise from unification and immersion. For those who find this too esoteric, the Bible compares to the feelings of a parent for a child. That works because this relation is based on a union.
g4: requires a thoughtful to the other person and their situation. Again, it is easy to be superficial, superior, dismissive or controlling in regard to another's difficulty, especially if profoundly antisocial or if you are the target of mistreatment. Allowing the other's reality to be given pre-eminence over your own fits the etymology: com = with, pati = suffer.—to suffer with, from Latin
g3: requires spontaneous relevant to the situation and to those caught up in it. Whether the effort is simple or specialized, it must be within your capabilities and resources e.g. speaking up, advising, serving, healing, writing—otherwise it cannot be spontaneous. Work is intrinsically creative, so there may well be a second injection of creativity to ensure there is passion in .
g2: requires conscientious for those involved. Scrupulous attention to meet the other's needs appropriately must shape all involvement.
g1: rests on a necessary of the situation, including relevant circumstances, history, possibilities and so on. Observation and accurate perception are essential. Without proper , the empathic experience is superficial or abstract, and leads only to sympathy. supports and .
love + sophia= wisdom), although it is also valued in religions. However, note that the term is being used here in a specific way: as a formal name to capture a psychosocial entity that has the internal structure as shown below.is the primary virtue and original, if currently neglected, rationale for philosophy (etym. Gk. philo =
g5: requires using to enable a creative to the relevant situation in its entirety, including the people involved. This submission becomes the point of reference and the starting point for all other features.
g4: requires thoughtful in relation to the perceived issues. In accord with the nature of , this effort will involve exploring and playing with thoughts and feelings. In accord with thoughtfulness, the effort will demand restraints on impulsiveness, emotional reactions and dogmatism. In accord with the nature of , the effort will be .
g3: requires spontaneous in the situation. Unless this natural wish to help is present, is useless and may even be a harmful display of superiority. The features of any helping are determined at other levels: often it may mean saying nothing or advising doing nothing.
g2: requires conscientious about the relevant details of the situation, the person or people and the social context. That may mean investigating or acquiring this information in a sensitive way, guided always by .
g1: rests on a necessary to discover and communicate what is good and right for those concerned. This often means desiring to facilitate some process or situation in the best way possible.
formal name to capture a psychosocial entity that has the internal structure as shown below., the inner state that supports cooperation with others, is an essential aspect of overall positivity in regard to group endeavours. However, note that the term is being used here in a specific way: as a
g5: requires creative that supports and integrates with activities of others who are involved. It is essential to use to appreciate what the situation is, where others stand, what could and should be done, and then how to fit in.
g4: requires thoughtful related to the issues or problems being faced in the endeavour. allows you to identify and adapt so that whatever you offer can be incorporated constructively.
g3: requires spontaneous in regard to the endeavour. In other words, if you are not fully at home in the situation, then you cannot be properly cooperative.
g2: requires conscientious to join with others and generate the best possible social process.
g1: requires necessary while doing things with others. keeps you fully engaged in the situation and ensures your input is welcomed by others.
Non-academic non-religious essays and websites on these fundamental topics typically end up providing lists of psychological qualities and virtues, either using some ultra-simple classification (see image) or none at all as in this 48 item list. The various features in the lists are found widely within the Taxonomy, but especially in the present Framework and other parts of the Root Complex.
In this image, Root. But of course, the result can never be systematic, comprehensive and properly organized as a taxonomy requires. I also note that writers often find themselves being defensive about key features that the specifies naturally.is being used (unawares) as a route into perceiving and describing psychosocial reality near the
life is good!allows you to be maximally open to experience. However, the quality of your is affected by the breadth of your exposure to people, situations and cultures. More experience will help you progress and, best of all, gaining experience is based on sensing that
Originally posted: 24-May-2013