Aurelius Clemens Prudentius identified seven virtues in his "Psychomachia' (Battle for the Soul'), written in AD 410. These were later adapted by the Christian church.
1. Chastity (opposite of Lust): Seeking moral wholesomeness and purity of body and thought through education and general betterment.
2. Temperance (opposite of Gluttony): Practicing self-control, abstention and moderation.
3. Charity (opposite of Greed): Giving to the needy. Nobility in thought and action.
4. Diligence (opposite of Sloth): Zeal and care in action. Working hard to create valuable achievement.
5. Patience (opposite of Wrath): Holding back anger, forgiving and showing mercy. Seeking peace over conflict.
6. Kindness (opposite of Envy): compassion support of others without seeking reciprocation.
7. Humility (opposite of Pride): Modesty and selflessness. Respecting others and giving, rather than taking, credit.