Virtue


Slander by the Sea

Posted on September 1st, by Albert in Uncategorized, Virtue. No Comments

“IF YOU MUST SLANDER SOMEONE DON’T SPEAK IT – BUT WRITE IT – WRITE IT IN THE SAND, NEAR THE WATER’S EDGE!” — Napoleon Hill.



Don’t Be A Fool

Posted on February 20th, by Albert in Character, Habits, Virtue. No Comments

“The foolish man thinks that little faults, little indulgences, little sins, are of no consequence; he persuades himself that so long as he does not commit flagrant immoralities he is virtuous, and even holy; but he is thereby deprived of virtue and holiness, and the world knows him accordingly; it does not reverence, adore, and love him; it passes him by; he is reckoned of no account; his influence is destroyed. The efforts of such a man to make the world virtuous, his exhortations to his fellow men to abandon great vices, are empty of substance and barren of fruitage. The insignificance which he attaches to his small vices permeates his whole character, and is the measure of his manhood. He who regards his smallest delinquencies as of the gravest nature becomes a saint.”  -James Allen


Who’s on Top?

Posted on February 15th, by Albert in Honesty, Thoughts, Virtue. No Comments

“The universe does not favour the greedy, the dishonest, the vicious, although on the mere surface it may sometimes appear to do so; it helps the honest, the magnanimous, the virtuous. All the great Teachers of the ages have declared this in varying forms, and to prove and know it a man has but to persist in making himself more and more virtuous by lifting up his thoughts.” – James Allen