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Which Kanji makes more sense and is more readable?

Hi everyone, I am new to this forum so dozo yoroshiku!

I am designing a tattoo for myself in Kanji which will have 3 words:

Makoto (or Shinjitsu) - 誠 (or 誠実)
Ninten - 忍耐
Yuuki - 勇気

However, I am not sure on which arrangement to choose - not from design perspective but mostly from logical perspective - can you please advice whether any of these arrangements make more sense then the others and which ones don't look right at all?

勇気
忍耐

(Best from design perspective but probably makes least sense)
or
勇気
忍耐
誠実
or
勇忍誠
気耐実

Tasukete kurete arigato gozaimasu!

For learning: Japanese
Base language: English
Category: Language

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    Hi, Serge,
    kotirakoso yorosiku!

    I think the middle one is better if you want to focus on the meaning. But I think first one is also cool.

    and I do not recommend you the last one, because the style is confusing for Japanese.
    勇忍誠
    気耐実
    we can read, but at first glance, maybe someone think what's 勇忍誠?

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