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Augustine of Hippo: "Fortitude is the disposition of soul"

“Fortitude is the disposition of soul which enables us to despise all inconveniences and the loss of things not in our power.”

St. Augustine of Hippo

Religious/Theological Reflections

Fortitude – Week 8

This year, I will reflect on the four cardinal virtues through daily practice and meditation, intentionally focusing on one per season. After starting the year with prudence, temperance, and justice – I now reflect on fortitude, or the deliberate exercise of strength and courage in the face of evil.  534 more words

Moral Reflections

Week Commencing 23/10/17

Monday

Fortifit

Front Squat 4×3 @ 30X1 /w DB Floor Press x12

3 Rounds 30s Wall Facing HS Hold 10 Front Foot Elevated Split Squats EL… 450 more words

Control your food environment to accelerate your weight loss success

Food environment is essentially our individual capability to access food, such as, how easily accessible are certain foods around us or food outlets. 

It turns out food environment can have a bigger  impact on our dieting success than we may give it credit for. 525 more words

What Caught My Eye #13

I walked past this bench the other day and barely glanced at it.  But in that split second, the text resonated with me so much that I stopped in my tracks, backed up  a few paces and stood looking at it for what seemed an age.Over the years, I’d had conversations with my parents about whether ‘ordinary’ people left legacies behind after lives well-lived, and did it really matter if that legacy was known only to a few people.  95 more words

Family History

20 Years Ago, James A. Michener Passed Away

James A. Michener is my favorite author.  I especially like his historical novels.  In his day, he was the King of the Novel.  His books, if judged by “thud” factor are certainly impressive.  2,894 more words

Excellence

Fortitude - Week 7

This year, I will reflect on the four cardinal virtues through daily practice and meditation, intentionally focusing on one per season. After starting the year with prudence, temperance, and justice – I now reflect on fortitude, or the deliberate exercise of strength and courage in the face of evil.  604 more words

Moral Reflections