Words have Power, they mark the initial intention towards Creation.

Here you’ll find a list of important ideas about yourself as a human being and the leader of your life.


  • the position or function of a leader, a person who guides or directs a group:
  • ability to lead:
  • an act or instance of leading; guidance; direction:
  • the leaders of a group:

noun: guidance


administration, authority, command, control, direction, influence, initiative, management, power, skill, capacity, conduction, conveyance, directorship, domination, foresight, hegemony, pilotage, preeminence, primacy


  • command or grasp, as of a subject:
  • superiority or victory:
  • the act of mastering.
  • the state of being master; power of command or control.

noun: command, expertise


ability, comprehension, dexterity, familiarity, finesse, genius, grasp, knack, know-how, knowledge, proficiency, prowess, skill, understanding, virtuosity, wizardry, acquirement, adeptness, adroitness, attainment, capacity, cleverness, cunning, deftness, expertness, grip, ken, mastership, power, expertism


  • the condition that distinguishes organisms from inorganic objects and dead organisms
  • the sum of the distinguishing phenomena of organisms, especially metabolism, growth, reproduction, and adaptation to environment.
  • the animate existence or period of animate existence of an individual:
  • a corresponding state, existence, or principle of existence conceived of as belonging to the soul:
    eternal life.

noun: animation, spirit


activity, growth, heart, soul, being, breath, brio, dash, energy, enthusiasm, entity, esprit, essence, excitement, get-up-and-go, impulse, lifeblood, liveliness, oomph, sentience, sparkle, verve, viability, vigor, vitality, vivacity, zest, zing, high spirits, élan vital


  • adherence to moral and ethical principles; soundness of moral character; honesty.
  • the state of being whole, entire, or undiminished:
  • a sound, unimpaired, or perfect condition:

noun: honor, uprightness


honesty, principle, probity, purity, rectitude, sincerity, virtue, candor, forthrightness, goodness, honestness, honorableness, incorruptibility, incorruption, righteousness, straightforwardness

noun completeness

cohesion, purity, soundness, stability, unity, absoluteness, coherence, entireness, perfection, simplicity, totality, wholeness


  • the combining of the constituent elements of separate material or abstract entities into a single or unified entity (opposed to analysis,)
  • a complex whole formed by combining.
  • Chemistry. the forming or building of a more complex substance or compound from elements or simpler compounds.
  • Philosophy. the third stage of argument in Hegelian dialectic, which reconciles the mutually contradictory first two propositions, thesis and antithesis.
  • Psychology, Psychiatry. the integration of traits, attitudes, and impulses to create a total personality.

noun: combining, combination


amalgam, fusion, amalgamation, blend, coalescence, composite, compound, construction, entirety, integrating, integration, organism, organization, structure, unification, union, unit, welding, whole, building a whole, constructing, forming, making one


  • the state or fact of remaining the same one or ones, as under varying aspects or conditions:
  • the condition of being oneself or itself, and not another:
  • condition or character as to who a person or what a thing is; the qualities, beliefs, etc., that distinguish or identify a person or thing:
  • the state or fact of being the same one as described.
  • the sense of self, providing sameness and continuity in personality over time and sometimes disturbed in mental illnesses, as schizophrenia.
  • exact likeness in nature or qualities:

noun: person’s individuality


character, existence, identification, integrity, name, personality, status, circumstances, coherence, distinctiveness, oneness, particularity, self, singleness, singularity, uniqueness, ipseity, selfdom, selfhood, selfness


  • the act of embodying.
  • the state or fact of being embodied.
  • a person, being, or thing embodying a spirit, principle, abstraction, etc; incarnation.
  • something embodied.

noun: representation, manifestation


apotheosis, archetype, avatar, epitome, exemplar, expression, personification, realization, symbol, cast, collection, comprehension, conformation, embracement, encompassment, example, exemplification, form, formation, incarnation, inclusion, incorporation, integration, matter, organization, prosopopoeia, quintessence, reification, structure, systematization, type


  • the act of enlightening.
  • the state of being enlightened:
  • to live in spiritual enlightenment.
    (usually initial capital letter)Buddhism, Hinduism. prajna.
  • the Enlightenment, a philosophical movement of the 18th century, characterized by belief in the power of human reason and by innovations in political, religious, and educational doctrine.

noun: awareness, understanding


civilization, insight, literacy, sophistication, wisdom, broad-mindedness, comprehension, cultivation, culture, edification, education, information, instruction, knowledge, learning, refinement, teaching, bodhi, open-mindedness


  • clearness or lucidity as to perception or understanding; freedom from indistinctness or ambiguity.
  • the state or quality of being clear or transparent to the eye; pellucidity:
    the clarity of pure water.

noun: clearness


accuracy, brightness, certainty, directness, lucidity, precision, purity, simplicity, transparency, articulateness, comprehensibility, conspicuousness, definition, distinctness, evidence, exactitude, exactness, explicitness, intelligibility, legibility, obviousness, openness, penetrability, perceptibility, perspicuity, plainness, prominence, salience, tangibility, unambiguity, cognizability, decipherability, explicability, limpidness, manifestness, overtness, unmistakability,


  • the state of being mature; ripeness
  • full development; perfected condition:

noun: adulthood, full growth


ability, capability, experience, manhood, maturation, sophistication, wisdom, advancement, civilization, completion, cultivation, development, fitness, fullness, majority, matureness, mellowness, mentality, perfection, prime, readiness, ripeness, womanhood, full bloom, prime of life


  • going beyond ordinary limits; surpassing; exceeding.
  • superior or supreme.
    Theology. (of the Deity) transcending the universe, time, etc.
  • Philosophy – Scholasticism: above all possible modes of the infinite.
    Kantianism: transcending experience; not realizable in human experience.
    (in modern realism) referred to, but beyond, direct apprehension; outside consciousness.

adj: extraordinary


abstract, fantastic, otherworldly, sublime, supernatural, ultimate, absolute, accomplished, beyond grasp, boundless, consummate, entire, eternal, exceeding, finished, hypothetical, ideal, incomparable, infinite, innate, intact, intellectual, intuitive, matchless, obscure, original, peerless, perfect, pre-eminent, primordial, superior, supreme, surpassing, theoretical, towering, transcendental, transcending, transmundane, unequalable, unequalled, unique, unparalleled, unrivalled, whole


  • elegance or beauty of form, manner, motion, or action:
  • a pleasing or attractive quality or endowment:
  • favor or goodwill.
  • a manifestation of favor, especially by a superior:
  • mercy; clemency; pardon:
  • the freely given, unmerited favor and love of God.
  • the influence or spirit of God operating in humans to regenerate or strengthen them.
  • a virtue or excellence of divine origin:
  • moral strength:

noun: mercy, forgiveness


compassion, generosity, goodness, kindness, love, tenderness, benefaction, beneficence, benevolence, charity, clemency, compassionateness, favor, forbearance, indulgence, kindliness, leniency, lenity, pardon, reprieve, responsiveness, caritas, good will


  • the state or quality of being real.
  • resemblance to what is real.
  • a real thing or fact.
  • real things, facts, or events taken as a whole; state of affairs:
  • something that exists independently of ideas concerning it.
  • something that exists independently of all other things and from which all other things derive.
  • something that is real.

noun: facts of existence


existence, matter, phenomenon, real world, realism, sensibility, truth, absoluteness, actuality, authenticity, being, certainty, concreteness, corporeality, deed, entity, genuineness, materiality, object, palpability, perceptibility, presence, realness, solidity, substance, substantiality, substantive, tangibility, validity, verisimilitude, verity, bottom line, how things are, like it is, name of the game, nuts and bolts, way of it, what’s what

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