Beauty: the balanced lasts while the imbalanced fades away.
Being: how something breaks up into parts.
Chaos: disordered or ungrouped things.
Death: the end of work.
Doing: work or change.
Enmity: things against one another, as though moving in opposite directions.
Enslavement: taking something for use, like a tool.
Evil: the discordent fits in the working order while the harmonious stops.
Frailty: the lesser overcomes what's bigger than it.
Friendship: things for each other, as though moving in the same direction.
Goodness: appropriate or compatible, such that things work.
Having: being part of, or making up.
Honor: the promise of something that does not belong, is neither stored away or at hand.
Horror: disproportionate or patternless stands up while the even thing falls down.
Joy: something at hand where prior there was nothing.
The Law: things ordered by what they are.
Love: work resulting in coming together.
Poverty: lacking something and never having it.
Pain: the loss of something, leaving an empty space.
Power: things that can change.
Shame: debt, or the promise of loss, then lack.
Romance: when things come together as one.
Strength: the greater overcomes the weaker.
Parenthood: giving, like the passing of something on to another.
Violence: things falling apart.
Void: something that will never yield change.
Wealth: something stored away.