I think that's it. In my last post I was trying to find the pangrammatical supplement for "movement" as in "movement of the heart". It is, I think, steadiness. So to complete those sentences I left blanks in:
The philosopher is not concerned with the movement of the heart but with the steadiness of the mind.
Just as emotions emerge from love's basic movement, so concepts emerge from the basic steadiness of wisdom.
Love is the movement of the heart by which people become themselves. Wisdom is the steadiness of the mind in which things are what they are.
Update (19.05.13): I like "stillness" better now. Wisdom is the stillness of the mind, just as love is the movement of the heart.