How to Build the Courage of Your Convictions

“Courage” is second only to love in literary themes, yet “courage of convictions” is nearly omitted in society’s literature. Few people offer help in building that kind of courage. Our how-to book, Courage, offers 64-pages of help for adults and mature teens. I recommend you order […]

The Courageous Student

(This story is excerpted from Courage, an adult how-to book by David Hamilton and Elizabeth Hamilton.) A certain university professor, knowing that her students expected a tediously long and difficult final exam in psychology, decided to play with their minds a little. Carefully, she crafted a single question and […]

Hope You Have Two Enormous Feet

You’ll need them to fill these shoes! My husband and I have our home up for sale, and have been learning first hand the meaning of this month’s character trait: dependability – or trustworthiness. Many potential buyers in the past few weeks have proven to be less than trustworthy. […]

Button Your Lips!

Something may get out. Alessandro Manzoni, an Italian novelist, wrote the following in an 1827 novel: When a friend, then, indulges in the joy of unburdening a secret onto another friend’s bosom, he makes the latter, in his turn, feel the urge to taste the same joy himself. He implores […]

What’s in It for Me?

…I mean, what’s the right thing to do? A frequent quip in America’s business community is that business ethics is an oxymoron, since most people in business do what they must to get ahead, making decisions based on the question “What’s in it for me?” rather than “What’s the right […]

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