Definitions: (1) intellectually or emotionally traveling on the right path; (2) having a good sense of direction; (3) knowing where one stands in relation to various moral, political, or religious opinions

Living is not necessary, but navigation is. — Pompey [born Gnaeus Pompeius Magnus] (106-48 BC) Roman military & political leader
• The fragrance of flowers spreads only in the direction of the wind. But the goodness of a person spreads in all directions. — Chanakya (375–283 BC) Indian polymath [seven disciplines]

Symbols: 1) sunrise; 2) the east; 3) the North Star; 4) a pyramid [four cardinal directions and a central apex]