Virtue of the Week: Leadership

A REAL LEADER PERSONIFIES THE CERTITUDE OF THE CREED. HE KINDLES THE VISION OF A BREATHTAKING FUTURE SO AS TO JUSTIFY THE SACRIFICE OF A TRANSITORY PRESENT. THE BEST LEADERS LEARN HOW TO CHALLENGE THE STRONG AND SAVE THE WEAK FROM DISCOURAGEMENT. [do action=”vfquote” quote=”There go my people. I must find out where they are […]

Virtue of the Week: Leadership

THE BEST LEADERS LEARN HOW TO CHALLENGE THE STRONG AND SAVE THE WEAK FROM DISCOURAGEMENT. There is a story of a young woman who wanted to go to college, but her heart sank when she read the question on the application blank that asked, “Are you a leader?” Being both honest and conscientious, she wrote, […]

Virtue of the Week: Leadership

The Parable of Brother Leo By Michael Josephson A legend tells of a French monastery known throughout Europe for the extraordinary leadership of a man known only as Brother Leo. Several monks began a pilgrimage to visit Brother Leo to learn from him. Almost immediately, they began to bicker about who should do various chores. […]

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Boys are Failing in Eduation

By Mary Sanchez The Kansas City Star Is it time we addressed the need for affirmative action programs for men? What’s that you say? Preposterous? Men still tend to out-earn women for the same work. They overwhelmingly outnumber women as CEOs and members of Congress, and have the edge in just about every other prestige […]