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Nouns / phrases: Morality and virtuousness in general; any specific virtue (e.g.: temperance, prudence, discipline, frugality, dutifulness - more examples >> here). Self-awareness and wisdom. Moralistic self-approval, goody two shoes, moralising. Purity; pureness of of heart and mind. No hateful thoughts, good intentions, righteousness. Innocence, clear conscience. Cleanliness. Unassumingness, impartiality, humility, meekness. Peacefulness; to make peace with someone or something; contentedness. Restraint, modesty, moderation, fasting, sobriety, abstinence. Chasteness, austereness, self-chastisement, frigidity, cold. Traditionally also: winter.  
To do good things (e.g. to help others, to give to the poor), to do the morally correct thing (e.g. to speak the truth, or to do one's duty). To moralise. To have good intentions. To clean, purify. To pacify, to make peace with someone or something. To contain oneself, to moderate. To fast, to abstain. To cool.
Morally. Virtuous (in general, or specifically e.g. prudent, just, frugal, etc.). Holier-than-thou, moralistic, self-righteous. Pure, clean, clear, unsoiled, free of dirt. Well-intended, honest and upfront, righteous. Innocent, blameless. Wise, unassuming, impartial, humble, meek. Peaceful (undisturbed, unagitated), content (modest). Restrained, moderate, modest, sober, abstinent, chaste, austere, self-chastising, uptight, frigid.

As a person:
A very virtuous person. Moraliser. Someone who lives frugally. Someone who is celibate - possibly a monk or nun. Virgin.

As advice:
Do the right thing! Abstain! Negatively: Don't be uptight! Don't moralise!

Time factor *) : Traditionally: winter. For me personally: Only when it's morally correct. The right thing at the right time to the right person with the right aim and in the right way.
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