How does B A L A N C E strike you? I don't hear any applause, but I think this will grow on you and that by March 18, we will all look at balance in a new way.
Balance - noun (definitions from the Oxforddictionaries.com)
1 . an even distribution of weight enabling someone or something to remain upright and steady: she lost her balance and fell
2. a situation in which different elements are equal or in the correct proportions: try to keep a balance between work and relaxation. Mental or emotional stability: the way to some kind of peace and personal balance
3. an apparatus for weighing, especially one with a central pivot, beam, and two scales. (the Balance) the zodiacal sign or constellation Libra.
5. a predominating amount; a preponderance: the balance of opinion was that work was more important than leisure
6. a figure representing the difference between credits and debits in an account; the amount of money held in an account: he accumulated a healthy balance with the savings bank; the difference between an amount due and an amount paid: the holiday balance must be paid by 8 weeks before departure