Baha'i News -- Virtue of the Week
Wednesday 13 November 2002
Virtue of the Week
“O people of God! I admonish you to observe courtesy, for above all it is the prince of virtues… Who is illumined with the light of
courtesy…hath indeed attained a sublime station.”
-Writings of Baha’u’llah, p. 214
Courtesy is to be polite and to have good manners. It is to be considerate of others. It is a way of speaking and acting with people which
gives them a feeling of being valued and respected. “Please”, “Thank you”, “Excuse me”, and “You’re welcome” are courteous expressions
which let people know you appreciate them and care about their feelings. Courtesy brightens people’s lives. It helps to make life graceful.
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Signs of Success
I am practicing courtesy when I…
Show others that I value and respect them
Remember to treat elders, parents, teachers, and children politely
Think about how my actions affect others
Eat, speak, and move graciously
Make requests instead of demands
Greet people with a smile.
I am courteous. I speak and act in gracious ways. I show others that I value and respect them.
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The Virtues Project Founders!
Linda Kavelin Popov & Dr. Dan Popov
back in the Mariana’s for a special visit to Rota, Saipan & Tinian!
Attention all Facilitators
10th & 11th 8am to 5pm all day workshops at the Aqua Resort Club!
Lunch and snacks will be provided
Workshop fee is only $25; payment & registration deadline is Monday, December 2nd, 2002
A limited number of scholarships are available!
For further information regarding all the scheduled Virtues Project workshops with Linda & Dan on the 13th, 14th, 16th & 17th, please
contact Connie at 664-2550, Sonya at 322-1919 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org & be sure to check the Saipan Tribune over the
following weeks for current info!
Next Monday’s ‘Virtue of the Week’ is Purposefulness.
By permission of The Virtues Project, Inc. www.virtuesproject.com
Sponsored in part by a grant from the NMI Humanities Council and the Virtues Project Coordinating Team.
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