wis·dom | noun
1. the quality of having experience, knowledge, and good judgment; the quality of being wise.
2. the soundness of an action or decision with regard to the application of experience, knowledge, and good judgment.
"some questioned the wisdom of building the dam so close to an active volcano"
synonyms: sagacity, intelligence, sense, common sense, shrewdness, astuteness, smartness, judiciousness, judgment, prudence, circumspection; More
3. the body of knowledge and principles that develops within a specified society or period.
plural noun: wisdoms
"the traditional farming wisdom of India"
synonyms: knowledge, learning, erudition, sophistication, scholarship, philosophy; lore
"the wisdom of tradition"
in·teg·ri·ty | noun
1. the quality of being honest and having strong moral principles; moral uprightness.
"he is known to be a man of integrity"
synonyms: honesty, probity, rectitude, honor, good character, principle(s), ethics, morals, righteousness, morality, virtue, decency, fairness, scrupulousness, sincerity, truthfulness, trustworthiness
"I never doubted his integrity"
2. the state of being whole and undivided.
"upholding territorial integrity and national sovereignty"
synonyms: unity, unification, coherence, cohesion, togetherness, solidarity
"the integrity of the federation"
serv·ice | noun
1. the action of helping or doing work for someone.
"millions are involved in voluntary service"
synonyms: favor, kindness, good turn, helping hand; More
2. a system supplying a public need such as transport, communications, or utilities such as electricity and water.
"a regular bus service"
synonyms: amenity, facility, resource, utility
"a range of local services"
1. perform routine maintenance or repair work on (a vehicle or machine).
"have your car serviced regularly"
synonyms: tune-up, maintenance check, servicing, overhaul More
ex·cel·lence | noun
the quality of being outstanding or extremely good.
"the award for excellence in engineering"
synonyms: distinction, quality, superiority, brilliance, greatness, merit, caliber, eminence, preeminence, supremacy; More
love | noun
1. an intense feeling of deep affection.
"babies fill parents with intense feelings of love"
synonyms: deep affection, fondness, tenderness, warmth, intimacy, attachment, endearment; More
2. a person or thing that one loves.
"she was the love of his life"
synonyms: beloved, loved one, love of one's life, dear, dearest, dear one, darling, sweetheart, sweet, angel, honey; More
1. feel a deep romantic or sexual attachment to (someone).
"do you love me?"
synonyms: care very much for, feel deep affection for, hold very dear, adore, think the world of, be devoted to, dote on, idolize, worship; More
yes | exclamation
1. used to give an affirmative response.
"“Do you understand?” “Yes.”"
synonyms: all right, very well, of course, by all means, sure, certainly, absolutely, indeed, right, affirmative, in the affirmative, agreed, roger; More
2. used as a response to someone addressing one or otherwise trying to attract one's attention.
"“Oh, Mr. Lawrence.” “Yes?”"
1. an affirmative answer or decision, especially in voting.
"answering with assured and ardent yeses"
So give your servant a discerning heart to govern your people and to distinguishbetween right and wrong. For who is able to govern this great people of yours?