Character at the Olympic Games

If you’ve been watching the events at the Olympic Games, you’ve undoubtedly heard the word “character” mentioned by reporters. I know I have. Certain character traits are indeed exhibited by many of the athletes: determination, commitment, and persistence are perhaps most visible. Whether these are well-developed character traits that permeate […]

Character Is Consistent!

Last week, I did something I rarely do. I read a lecture on character that was given by a psychologist. I rarely do this because I believe psychologists are too often prone to offer explanations that relieve people of responsibility. They frequently open broad escape routes that allow us to […]

Character Education – Teaching about Money

You’ve probably heard it said often: “Money is the root of all evil.” It was quoted again on TV today, but is it correct? If so, we should destroy all of the world’s money immediately, and give our globe a startling makeover. Why, we could do away with every vestige […]

Character Is Not Puffed up with Itself

James Allen Ward, twenty-two years old, was a citizen of New Zealand. He was also a Sergeant in the Royal New Zealand Air Force, serving with 75 (NZ) Squadron, Royal Air Force during the Second World War. It was during the war that Sergeant James Allen Ward committed a deed […]

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