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well-being

noun abounding in riches, affluent, blooming, booming, comfortable, established, flourishing, fortunate, lucky, moneyed, profiting, providential, rich, safety, security, successful, thriving, wealthy, well-off, welllituated well-to-do
See also: benefit, betterment, boom, health, prosperity, welfare
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While law enforcement professionals should possess a strong sense of duty and responsibility for the public's welfare, they must not forget the well-being of their families, friends, and, most important, themselves.
Progress toward increased human well-being cannot flourish amid such self-doubt.
In personal morality, "basic respect" constitutes a core commitment to the well-being and dignity of others that is independent of individual taste, advantage, mood, or moral approbation.
Even if we could acquire the necessary knowledge, the record of history inspires little confidence that humans in positions of responsibility will use their power generally to improve the health and well-being of those under their authority.
The other is that even if individuals do from time to time act for the sake of others' well-being instead of their own, they are thereby rendering themselves suckers, dupes, inadequate agents of their own flourishing.
This is a tremendous opportunity for the Coquille Indian Tribe to take the next big step toward reviving this once important industrial site and returning it to a place where it again will contribute to the economic well-being of the Tribe and the entire Bay Area," said Brady Scott, president and CEO of CEDCO.
Hard-working people who get hurt can lose the entire financial well-being of their families during a period of convalescence from a work injury.