Manvotional Cardinal Virtues

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Manvotional: The Cardinal Virtues — Temperance

by Brett & Kate McKay

From The Cardinal Virtues, 1902 By William De Witt Hyde TEMPERANCE Temperance is closely akin to courage; for as courage takes on the pains which wisdom and justice find incidental to their ends, so temperance cuts off remorselessly whatever pleasures are inconsistent with these ends. The temperate man does not hate pleasure, any more than […]

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Manvotional: The Cardinal Virtues — Courage

by Brett & Kate McKay

From The Cardinal Virtues, 1902 By William De Witt Hyde COURAGE If man were merely a mind, wisdom to see particular desires in the light of their permanent consequences to self, and justice to weigh the interests of self to the impartial scales of a due regard for the interests of others, would together sum […]

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Manvotional: The Cardinal Virtues — Justice

by Brett & Kate McKay

From The Cardinal Virtues, 1902 By William De Witt Hyde JUSTICE If man dwelt alone in a world of things, wisdom to subordinate things to his ends would be the principal virtue. The form of the perfect character would be a circle, with self as the center. The fact that we live in a social […]

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Manvotional: The Cardinal Virtues — Wisdom

by Brett & Kate McKay

What are the most important virtues for a man to live? Benjamin Franklin had his program of thirteen. We based our Manvotionals book on a set of seven. But is it possible to refine such lists further and whittle the large group of worthy human virtues down to its core? It is in fact, and […]

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