I"m looking for a word (or term) that specifically and precisely describes someone that loves all living points. I"d favor something that isn"t extremely technical (a word/term hat is mostly understood) yet at the same time, not also straightforward (i.e. animal-lover).

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before going to bed, a teenage girl visits the washroom where she finds a moth. Rather than killing it, she gently releases it outside.

Perhaps this have the right to be described as kind, yet I"m searching for something that specifically describes a love or kindness in the direction of beings of life (other than for maybe single-cell organisms).


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Someone compassionate cares for various other world and also maybe for pets (however not, I think, for single-celled organisms or plants, so not all living things).

Someone who feels an emotional connection via various other points can be defined as empathetic. Such a perkid deserve to be dubbed an empath.


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You answered your very own question in the last line of your instance, gentle.

gentle: having or mirroring a kind and quiet nature; not harsh or violent. Merriam-Webster

He remained gentle towards pets and humankind. (I was Amish: an individual story of an Amish girl and her life)


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Because you pointed out ‘all living things.’, you have the right to hyphenate widespread affection words, such as ones provided here, through ‘omni-’ to mean ‘all’.

https://en.oxforddictionaries.com/definition/omni-

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Actually, I also found the precise word for your requested definition, ‘omnibenevolent’.

From OED,

omnibenevolent adj. <

Also, http://www.collinsdictionary.com/dictionary/tennis2007.org/omnibenevolent.

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"excellent hombres""humans""nice people"

No, sorry. I think humane, although a small anthropocentric, covers the fill.


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