Divine Definitions: (1) The Perfect Being; (2) The essential spirit; fine; (3) Clean; pristine; (4) Genuine; objectively real; (5) In harmony; one; (6) Self-evident; the initial a priori truth; indispensable; (7) Immaculate; impeccable; unadulterated; (8) Free from defects; faultless; spotless; (9) Indestructible; inviolate; (10) Untainted with evil or guilt; innocent; blameless; irreproachable

Quote: Who shall ascend the hill of the Most Highs? Who shall stand in this holy place? He who has clean hands and a pure heart.— The Bible, Psalms 24:3-4

●   God is the source of pure energy and of pure spirit.
●   Like substances attract. The pure nature of God purifies the human heart as it moves toward its source.

Human Definitions: (1) utter; sheer; <pure joy>; (2) free from defects; perfect; faultless; unblemished; (3) untainted with evil or guilt; innocent; blameless; spotless; (4) physically chaste; virginal; (5) ceremonially or ritually clean; undefiled; (6) genuine; objectively real

Synonyms: clean, clear, guileless, impeccable, pristine, pure-hearted, ultrapure, uncorrupted, unsullied

• Purity of speech, of the mind, of the senses, and of a compassionate heart are needed by one who desires to rise to the divine platform. — Chanakya (375–283 BC) Indian polymath [seven disciplines]
• Peace demands the most heroic labor and the most difficult sacrifice. It demands greater heroism than war. It demands greater fidelity to the truth and a much more perfect purity of conscience. — Thomas Merton (1915–1968) American Trappist monk

Color: white

Symbols: 1) fire; 2) rain; 3) the lily; 4) sea foam; 5) the desert; 6) Temperance (tarot) {Purification}; 7) angelica flowers [pure intentions]; 8) the three stars in the belt of Orion {Purity, Righteousness, and Choice}