The power to induce eternal virtues on others. Ultimate form of Virtue Inducement. Opposite to Eternal Sin Inducement.

Also Called

  • Absolute/Meta/Omni/Ultimate Value/Virtue Inducement
  • Eternal/Incorruptible Value/Virtue Inducement

Capabilities

The user can induce and bring out eternal virtues onto others, which are the most essential and most powerful in the eyes of a Monotheistic Deity. By default however, is that there is only two ultimate virtues, and that is honesty and forgiveness.

Applications

Variations

Forgiveness: Forgiveness is one of the actions that is considered to be almost impossible to try out, regardless of the circumstances. However, forgiveness is one of the most important actions to commit due to the fact it removes transgressions from individuals and it helps to avoid getting into a state of overtime resentment and bitterness. Another important factor is that forgiveness can help the individual grow and escalate into happiness, as well as helping the person move on without any anger, especially without seeking vengeance. In fact, it can also restore both the person's mental and physical health.

Honesty: In whatever situation the honest person is in, he/she uses factual truths without lying in his/her details, and can use this to their advantage to save lives and bring malevolent people to justice, as well as inspire encouragement in plenty of individuals. Compared to lying, honesty has its perks, and one of those perks is having long term benefits, for example, such as giving the person courage, creating relationships with one another, and it spreads benevolent influences, morally, intellectually, and factually. The person will also confess their wrongdoings to the Monotheistic Deity and therefore, will be earned forgiveness and transgressions shall be removed instantly, and shall be loved even further thanks to their totally honest natures.

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Known Users

  • Jesus Christ (Christianity)
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