At THE V CHANNEL being “virtuous” means we are choosing to practice virtues in our daily lives.
Regardless of cultural background, ethnicity or belief, no matter how young or old, being “virtuous” means we are being our best, whatever our best might be.
Being “virtuous” parents means practicing The Five Strategies of The Virtues ProjectTM — simple but highly effective ways to raise awesome kids.
When a toddler says, “Mine!” we can teach her about caring and generosity to share her toys. When an adolescent becomes irritated while waiting for a game to download we can invite him to choose patience. Teens can wear outrageous, attention-getting fashions and still practice humility and modesty.
Everyone can express his or her beliefs, opinions, sexual orientation, gender preference, body art, unique styles and ways of expressing themselves and still be “virtuous.”
At THE V CHANNEL being virtuous doesn’t mean you can’t be a Tough Mudder.
As work-in-process human beings we can discover the power of virtues to heal and rehabilitate ourselves. Then we can inspire others, especially our kids, to learn from our mistakes.
VIRTUES ARE FOR EVERYONE.
Even if a person chooses to smoke, drink and cuss they can still choose virtues to be their very best.
LET’S INSPIRE OUR KIDS TO BE VIRTUOUS (WITHOUT SMOKING AND DRINKING).
Our children grow up very fast these days. Before we know it we may find our kids making choices we don’t approve of.
Instead of shaming them or instilling fear in our kids’ hearts and minds, let’s talk with them about the power of virtues and inspire them to rise above negative influences.
There are many resources for parents to get the facts about cigarettes, alcohol and drug abuse.
NOTE: The V Channel doesn’t recommend smoking, drinking and cussing. If a person chooses to do so, we suggest they also choose moderation.
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