Definitions: (1) possessing a noticeable spiritual purity, moral worth, or honorable aims; (2) evoking or meriting reverence or awe

Too Far: sanctimonious

Never lose a holy curiosity. — Albert Einstein (1879-1955) German-American physicist
• Reason, observation, and experience; the holy trinity of science. — Robert Green Ingersoll (1833-1899) American lawyer and writer
• The human Jesus saw God as being holy, just, and great, as well as being true, beautiful, and good. All these attributes of divinity he focused in his mind as the “will of the Father in heaven.” The concept of God as a Father was not original with Jesus, but he exalted and elevated the idea into a sublime experience by achieving a new revelation of God and by proclaiming that every mortal creature is a child of this Father of love, a son of God. (196:0.2) — The Urantia Book {1955}

Color: red

Symbol: the halo