Bravery defined – Reading from "The Book of Virtue"

“The brave person is not one who is never afraid. That is rather the description of a rash or reckless person, someone who may be more harm than help in an emergency. It is hard to “educate” such a person on the spot. The coward, on the other hand, the one who characteristically lacks confidenceContinue reading “Bravery defined – Reading from "The Book of Virtue"”

Quotes of the Day for Friday, March 20th

 “It’s impossible to begin to learn that which you think you already know,” Epictetus said “Only an idiot turns up their nose at how other people do things. Sure, nine times out of ten, you’re right and they’re wrong. But that one time? That’s the game changer.” Ben Franklin in Poor Richard’s Almanack