In every mod there are foundation stones that enabled the mod itself to progress from a mere idea to tangible reality.
And those foundation stones are moral virtues which are of such crucial importance that a mod could not be brought into existence without them.
This is something that I've been thinking a lot about and would like to discuss to figure out what is right and wrong and what needs to be added or subtracted from the elaborate equation.
Have the desire to find and create an idea from pre-existing things that you hold interest in and shape them into something new and filled with potential.
Have the necessary knowledge and means to slowly and surely build an idea into realization.
A Mod cannot exist if the creator does not devote any on their own time towards its creation.
And in some cases, it can fail if no one is able and willing to offer direct help when it is needed.
Have the restless drive to see a project from start to finish, even if it means going on and off at erratic intervals.
Trust and Faith
Have Trust and Faith in your self, your ideas, and your skills.
Have Trust and Faith in those that come forward with sincerity to offer help.
Have Trust and Faith in your honoring of an agreement, whether you're the head of the project or a volunteer offering help.
Have the Courage to go forward and try.
Have the Courage to take a risk.
Have the Courage to make mistakes and learn from them.
Have the Courage to look and ask for help.
Have the Courage to face and listen to criticism and, in some rare cases, the malice of spiteful, hardened hearts who only exist to hate everyone and everything around them.