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Question 1: intrinsically valuable, in an ethical sense (gifts, ________, aptitudes and expertise can be squandered, but character strengths and virtues cannot);
MoraleSkillManagementEducation

Question 2: The Character Strengths and Virtues (CSV) handbook of human strengths and ________, by the Values in Action Institute, represents the first attempt on the part of the research community to identify and classify the positive psychological traits of human beings.
Good and evilConscienceVirtueMorality

Question 3: love of learning (personified for example by ________)
Thomas JeffersonJohn AdamsThomas MifflinBenjamin Franklin

Question 4: open-mindedness (personified for example by ________)
Sigmund FreudSøren KierkegaardRené DescartesWilliam James

Question 5: gratitude (personified for example by ________)
Terry PratchettG. K. ChestertonC. S. LewisHilaire Belloc

Question 6: humor and playfulness (personified for example by ________)
Mark TwainLetters from the EarthThe Mysterious StrangerA Connecticut Yankee in King Arthur's Court

Question 7: integrity (personified for example by ________)
Underground RailroadSojourner TruthFrederick DouglassHarriet Tubman

Question 8: spirituality (personified for example by ________)
Bruno WalterAnthroposophyAlbert SchweitzerRudolf Steiner

Question 9: self-regulation and self control (personified for example by ________)
Ronnie LottJerry RiceSteve Young (American football)Joe Montana

Question 10: curiosity (personified for example by ________)
Psychedelics, dissociatives and deliriantsJohn C. LillyIsolation tankTimothy Leary







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