Definitions: (1) in sound health; not diseased or injured; unimpaired; (2) intact; not broken, damaged, or defective; (3) containing all elements or parts; entire; complete

Quote: An act is not, as young men think, like a rock that one picks up and throws, and it hits or misses, and that’s the end of it. When that rock is lifted, the earth is lighter; the hand that bears it heavier. When it is thrown, the circuits of the stars respond, and where it strikes or falls the universe is changed. On every act the balance of the whole depends. … Having intelligence, we must not act in ignorance. Having choice, we must not act without responsibility. — Ursula K. Le Guin (1929-2018) The Farthest Shore {1972}

Reflection: As the individual grows in grace and wisdom, they help the Whole to become more complete. As the Whole is evolving to its ideal, it helps the individual to become more perfect. It all works together. Thus, things eventually become more ordered and less chaotic.

Observation: A net is a group of (w)holes tied together with string.

Actively function in all aspects of life.
• Appreciation
• Art, Creation
• Education, Teaching, Learning
• Emotional
• Job, Career
• Mental
• Nature
• Physical
• Playfulness, Relaxation
• Relationships
• Spiritual

Symbols: 1) the ring; 2) the globe; 3) the wheel; 4) the peacock; 5) the bracelet; 6) the pomegranate {Unity with Diversity} [many seeds contained in one sphere]

Mythological Figure:
Woman, in the picture language of mythology, represents the totality of what can be known. — Joseph John Campbell (1904-1987) The Hero with a Thousand Faces {1949}

Mythological Object: Yggdrasil, in Scandinavian mythology, is a huge ash tree whose roots and branches hold together the universe.