- Acceptance of self, others, and nature, as such persons are not ashamed or feel guilt about their human nature, or have with its shortcoming, imperfections, and weaknesses. They cannot accept their own human shortcomings, without condemnation nor they critical of these aspects of other people. They respect and esteem themselves and others. Moreover, they are honest, open, and genuine, without pose or façade. They are not, however, self-satisfied but are concerned about discrepancies between what is and what might be or should be in themselves, others, and society.