Okay...my experience is, when putting a story together, that the best way to get a "three dimensional" effect is to have a chart. Charts -- overlaps of ideas -- do for writing what shading does for art.
So, I've taken the Boy Scout virtues and put under them related concepts that people here or elsewhere have suggested to me. Below that, I have a list of qualities I couldn't see where to put.
Any suggestions about where to put the unsorted qualities would be welcome! Your reason can be a stretch, so long as there's some relationship. For instance, because there was no Perseverance, I put it under "Cheerful"...keeping a cheerful attitude even when things go bad is an aspect of perseverance.
Telling the truth
Putting others before self
Supporting family and friends
Supporting family, even when they offend you
Counsel those in need
Instruct the ignorant
Feed the hungry, clothe the naked, shelter to homeless, visit the sick, drink to the thirsty
Self-mastery of passionate emotions
Treating people with respect and dignity, no matter what
Listen to others
Love thy neighbor
Do unto others as you would have them do unto you.
Comfort the afflicted
Whom to be obedient to!
“Good game” win or lose
“There is nothing so strong as anger, except that thing inside you which can hold it in.”
Bear wrongs patiently
“The kind of faith that makes miracles happen.”
Never lose faith
Love of learning