Bahai News -- Saipan Tribune - Virtue of the Week Monday 20 January 2003

FRONT PAGE

Virtue of the Week

Idealism

“Let your acts be a guide unto all mankind… Through them the brightness of your light can be shed upon the whole earth.” —Writings of Baha’u’llah, p. 521

A person with “high ideals” is a person who really cares about what is right and meaningful in life. When you practice idealism, you have beliefs that mean something to you and you follow them. You don’t just accept things the way they are. Idealists dare to have big dreams and then act as if they are possible.

• • • • •

Signs of Success

I am practicing idealism when I…

• Really care about what I value in life

• Dare to have big dreams

• Have a vision of what is possible

• Have a plan to make my ideals real

• Do something to make a difference

• Ask God for help and guidance.

I live my ideals. My actions match my words. I believe in my dreams and have faith that with God’s help, anything is possible.

• • • • •

Tuesday Night’s on MCV after the News at 6:30PM

Join us in the first airing of The Virtues Project™ T.V. film series outside of North America courtesy of Marianas Cable Vision, NMI Humanities Council & the Virtues Project Coordinating Team

This Tuesday will feature “Virtues: A Family Affair Episode 6 – Truthfulness”

Next Monday’s ‘Virtue of the Week’ is Friendliness.

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.

©Copyright 2003, Saipan Tribune (Mariana)

Following is the URL to the original story. The site may have removed or archived this story. URL: http://www.tribune.co.mp/index.cfm?Display=yes&ID=25617


---------
Return to: UGA Baha'i Association's Home Page
Baha'i News Archives' Index
This page was designed by Sohayl Moshtael suggestions, and news submissions are welcome, and appreciated.
URL: http://bahai.uga.edu/2003/030120-4.html


The content and opinions expressed on this Web page do not necessarily reflect the views of nor are they endorsed by the University of Georgia or the University System of Georgia.

Page last updated/revised 030120