Personal Vigor

Personal Vigor Requires Courage

Personal vigor gives us the mental and moral strength to venture and persevere, as well as resist opposition, danger, and hardship. It brings to life the ingrained capacity for meeting strain or difficulty with fortitude and resilience. It supports a quality of temperament that enables us to hold our own when opposed or threatened. It fuels firm resolution and determination to achieve our goals and the tenacity to persist.

Vigor –
  1. Great physical or mental strength and energy
  2. Intensity or forcefulness in the way something is done
  3. The ability of plants or animals to survive, grow, and thrive
  4. Active strength or force
  5. Healthy physical or mental energy or power
  6. Vitality, energetic activity
  7. Energy
  8. Intensity
  9. Force of healthy growth in any living matter or organism, as a plant
  10. Active bodily or mental strength or force
  11. Active healthy well-balanced growth especially of intensity of action or effect

Vim –

  1. Exuberance: exuberant vitality and energy
  2. Robust energy and enthusiasm

Energy –

  1. The ability or power to work or make an effort
  2.  Dynamic quality
  3. The capacity of acting or being active
  4. Intellectual energy
  5. A usually positive spiritual force
  6. The energy flowing through all people
  7. Vigorous exertion of power
  8. A fundamental entity of nature that is transferred between parts of a system in the production of physical change within the system and usually regarded as the capacity for doing work
  9. Usable power

Dynamism –

  1. A theory that all phenomena can be explained as manifestations of force of a dynamic or expansionist quality
  2. A vigorously active, forceful, and energizing quality, especially as the hallmark of somebody’s personality or approach to a task

Vitality –

  1. Liveliness
  2. Abundant physical and mental energy, usually combined with a wholehearted and joyous approach to situations and activities
  3. The ability of something to live and grow or to continue in existence
  4. Durability
  5. The peculiarity distinguishing the living from the nonliving
  6. Capacity to live and develop
  7. Physical or mental vigor especially when highly developed
  8. Enduring power
  9. Lively and animated character

Force –

  1. Natural strength: the power, strength, or energy that somebody or something possesses
  2. Physical power: effort, or violence used against somebody or something that resists
  3. The condition of being effective, valid, or applicable
  4. Somebody or something that has great power or influence, especially in a particular field
  5. Strength or energy exerted or brought to bear
  6. Cause of motion or change
  7.  Active power
  8. The forces of nature
  9. The motivating force in her life
  10. Moral or mental strength
  11. Capacity to persuade or convince

Strength –

  1. The physical power to carry out demanding tasks
  2. Emotional toughness: the necessary qualities required to deal with stressful or painful situations
  3. The ability to resist attack <bacteria, viruses=””>
  4. The ability to withstand force, pressure, or stress
  5. The quality or state of being strong : capacity for exertion or endurance
  6. Power to resist force
  7. Toughness
  8. Power of resisting attack
  9. Degree of potency of effect or of concentration
  10. Vigor of expression
  11. One regarded as embodying or affording force or firmness

Heartiness –

  1. Sincere and expressive in a cheerful, enthusiastic way
  2. Done in an unrestrainedly loud, vigorous, but usually good-humored way
  3. Showing physical health, strength, and vigor
  4. Giving unqualified support
  5. Enthusiastically or exuberantly cordial
  6. Jovial
  7. Exhibiting vigorous good health
  8. Having a good appetite
  9. Abundant, rich, or flavorful enough to satisfy the appetite

Verve –

  1. Enthusiasm, energy, or spirit, especially in the expression of artistic ideas
  2. Lively vigorous spirit
  3. Special ability or talent
  4. The spirit and enthusiasm animating artistic composition or performance

Enthusiasm –

  1. Excited interest: passionate interest in or eagerness to do something
  2. Something that arouses a consuming interest
  3. Strong excitement of feeling ardor
  4. Something inspiring zeal or fervor

Vivacity, vivaciousness –

  1. Liveliness and high-spiritedness
  2. Lively in temper, conduct, or spirit

Gusto –

  1. Hearty enjoyment
  2. Lively enthusiasm or enjoyment
  3. An individual or special taste
  4. enthusiastic and vigorous enjoyment or appreciation
  5. Vitality marked by an abundance of vigor and enthusiasm

Spirit –

  1. The vital force that characterizes a human being as being alive
  2. Enthusiastic energy
  3. The enthusiastic loyalty
  4. Vigorous and animated disposition of mind or outlook
  5. The activating or essential principle influencing a person
  6. A special attitude or frame of mind
  7. A lively or brisk quality in a person and his/her actions
  8. Enthusiastic loyalty


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