The Four Cardinal Virtues - Deepstash
The cardinal virtues of Greek philosophy and their benefits

Whenever we lie, cheat, steal, take the easy way out, or ignore others in need, life is immediately easier for us. But after a while, these things weigh on our consciences.

If you choose the ...

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The virtue of Temperance

Temperance is the virtue that deals with self-control and moderation. 

Many things can turn into addictions and it is important for happiness that people be moderate and tempered in thei...

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The virtue of Fortitude

Fortitude is equivalent to strength and endurance. It means that although we have tough life situations we persevere and continue on a path that will lead us and our loved ones to better outcomes.

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The virtue of Prudence

Prudence is the ability to discern the appropriate course of action for a given situation.

Many people wrongly think that being a good person means being gullible and naive. This couldn’t be ...

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The virtue of Justice

Justice is regarded by many to be the most important virtue and it relates to fairness and righteousness.

Justice is important so that everyone in society has their fair share. It is the fund...

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