Tuesday, September 12, 2006


"A virtue is an habitual and firm disposition to do the good. It allows the person not only to perform good acts, but to give the best of himself. The virtuous person tends toward the good with all his sensory and spiritual powers; he pursues the good and chooses it in concrete actions."

No one was interested in the deadly sins or spiritual (heavenly) virtues so this is just to close out the subject. From the Catholic Catethism above it is self explanatory especially for my regular readers who display extraordinary accumen.

The question remains: Is it enough to say?; "I think it is time for me to sell." or is it necessary to say "All the signs I see indicate this is a terrible time to own real estate."

Is there a moral obligation to let people fail?


Anonymous said...

Virtue is its own reward.

Rob Dawg said...

Virtue is the path that leads to reward?