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Virtue Poster

Virtue

A virtue is a characteristic of a person which supports individual moral excellence and collective well being. Such characteristics are valued as a principle and recognized as a good way to be. See a list of virtues from the The Virtues Project™.

The Virtues Project™ was founded in Canada in 1991 by Linda Kavelin-Popov, Dr. Dan Popov and John Kavelin. It was honored by the United Nations during the International Year of the Family as a "model global program for families of all cultures". Download a family virtues poster (PDF). The Virtues Project™ helps parents to awaken the qualities of character that exist in potential in their children. By speaking the language of virtues, setting virtues-based boundaries and recognizing teachable moments, we bring out the best in our children -- and ourselves. We become mentors helping our children to become compassionate, courageous, respectful, confident and purposeful. The greatest gift we can give our children is the authentic self-esteem that comes from developing their virtues -- becoming contributors rather than consumers. The world needs people willing to take personal responsibility. Let it be this generation.

Virtues of Kindness

As suggested by Wikipedia.org Authors.

  1. Kindness - regard for those who are within an individual's ability to help
  2. Generosity - giving to those in need
  3. Forgiveness - willingness to overlook transgressions made against you
  4. Compassion - empathy and understanding for the suffering of others


Virtues of Self Control

As suggested by Wikipedia.org Authors.

  1. Ambition - self-control regarding one's goals
  2. Contentment - self-control regarding one's possessions and the possessions of others; acknowledgement and satisfaction of reaching capacity
  3. Curiosity - self-control regarding knowledge
  4. Continence - self-control regarding bodily functions
  5. Frugality (also Thrift) - self-control regarding the material lifestyle
  6. Industry - self-control regarding play, recreation and entertainment
  7. Temperance - self-control regarding pleasure
  8. Temper - self-control regarding anger



Virtues of Regard

As suggested by Wikipedia.org Authors.

  1. Fair-mindedness - concern that all get their due (including oneself) in cooperative arrangements of mutual benefit
  2. Tolerance - willingness to allow others to lead a life based on a certain set of beliefs differing from ones own
  3. Truthfulness/Honesty - telling someone what you know to be true in the context of a direct inquiry


Virtues of Respect

As suggested by Wikipedia.org Authors.

  1. Humility - respect for one's limitations
  2. Respect - regard for the worth of others
  3. Self respect - regard for the worth of oneself
  4. Social virtues: Politeness, Charisma, Unpretentiousness, Friendliness, Sportsmanship, Cleanliness


Virtues of self-efficacy

As suggested by Wikipedia.org Authors.

  1. Courage - willingness to do the right thing in the face of danger, pain, significant harm or risk
  2. Patience - ability to delay or wait for what is desired
  3. Perseverance - courageous patience, integrity
  4. Persistence - ability to achieve objective regardless of obstacles



Teaching Responsibility

  1. Teaching Responsibility from Parents.com a Meredith Corporation.
  2. I Will Not Cheat Pledge from iMom.com.
  3. How to Teach Your Child to Stop Making Excuses and Start Taking Responsibility by James Lehman, MSW on empoweringparents.com.
  4. 10 Ways To Teach Your Children To Be Honest from iMom.com.



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