Tags » Virtues

Operation: Stop Being A Lazy Brick

A brick

stands alone in the rough soil.

It enters the construction worker’s vision.

Bright lightning sparks through the eyes that boil

As the builder runs to complete his mission. 153 more words

Writing

virtues (notes)

trying to think about all the things that i am good at

it seems like a pretty short list, but:

 

i am good at lying – not necessarily outright or bold lies, but little ones where you take a truth and twist it, maybe for no reason other than to make it more interesting to the people around you, or to yourself… 305 more words

Vision, part 4

What values are you carrying with you along the way to your vision, your goal, your ideal life? The way you get there is just as important, if not more, than where you are headed. 183 more words

Thoughts for 22 April from Fr Willie Doyle

Work for Jesus! Yes, though the weary head may ache and the tired brain refuse to act. Work on, work on; the years slip by and soon the hour of toil will cease for ever.

100 more words
Virtues

an exercise for resiliency: #bostonstrong

today is a day of reflection and triumph in the city of boston for many reasons. some obvious, and some less obvious. some are national and even global reasons, and some are known only to the runners in private, behind closed doors in the very bottom of their hearts and in the back corners of their minds.  339 more words

Lived Virtue: Envy, the Enemy of Friendship

On April 23, the John Templeton Foundation will continue its Lived Virtue series with a discussion on envy and its relationship to friendship.

Featured News