I think Krnshetty, said it, because he or she presents a theory, and within that theory are set virtues. Well, she or he presented something that is a part of something. Well, it's one of my theories on how receptive talents work. What Krnshetty actually said, can correlate to three things that run in mind. Actually four things, because I watch and have listened to adept or gifted people's stories on how they grew up with their talents, which convey patterns that make up my theory on talents; such as, empathy.
I can explain it like a ceremonial magician would, but that would be too much working, and wrapping.
Listed here. . .
1) You gotta be able to believe in it.
2) You gotta be able to openly express it, with others.
3) You gotta be able to give it attention.
4) You gotta be able to use it at will, if you wish to further develop.
5) Balance can be used in so many ways. Sound body, sound mind; sound spirit.