Compassion takes root within Elwë's heart, fertilized by tender prayers. Justice fills its core, fortified by thoughts of righteousness. She cherishes the people as a child would their parents, which manifests an overwhelming desire to share their world and its warmth. There is no need for fear, as she knows it is truly one of beauty.
Elu Thingol, also known as Elwë Singollo, is a fictional character in J.R.R. Tolkien's Middle-earth legendarium. In The Silmarillion he is introduced as one of the three chieftains of the Elves who depart from Cuiviénen with Oromë as ambassadors of Valinor and later become Kings. Elwë means "Star-man", it derived from the Quenya (one of the languages spoken by the Elves) el "star" and wë "person, man" (man in the sense male, not human).