VIPinoy (Virtues In Pinoy)
A Filipino with the exemplary practice of the four cardinal virtues of Prudence, Justice, Temperance, Fortitude, and the three theological virtues of Faith, Hope, and Love over an extended period of time out of just and worthy service by contributing to ecological balance, cultural cohesiveness, and moral-spiritual consensus.
• Virtue ( Latin virtus) is moral excellence of a person; a trait valued as being good. In Greek it is more properly called ēthikē cretē. It is “habitual excellence”. It is something practiced at all times. While focusing on the superior state being approached rather than that of the inferior state being departed from, Metanoia denotes a change of mind. • Is “an orientation, a fundamental transformation of outlook of an individual’s vision of the world and of her/himself, and a new way of loving others and the Universe.” The “new way of loving” is in terms of approaches, strategies and methodologies needed in addressing concerns of a changing world while maintaining the fundamentals of human dignity.
• The cardinal virtues are the four principal moral virtues. The English word cardinal comes from the Latin word cardo, which means "hinge." All other virtues hinge on these four: prudence, justice, fortitude, and temperance. • Plato first discussed the cardinal virtues in the Republic, and they entered into Christian teaching by way of Plato's disciple Aristotle. • Unlike the theological virtues, which are the gifts of God through grace, the four cardinal virtues can be practiced by anyone; thus, they represent the foundation of natural morality. Prudence
• The habit which enables man to direct his/her actions to human life’s goals of knowing the right thing to do and applying it. Justice
• The habit of giving each one his/her due with constant and perpetual will; gives stability which one needs to...
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