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Think About It – Character Counts

The older I get the less I know, but I know some things:

I know that I'm a work in progress and that there will always be a
gap between who I am and who I want to be.

I know that I don't have to be sick to get better and that every day
brings opportunities to improve my life and my character.

I know that it's easier to talk about integrity than to live it and
that the true test is my willingness to do the right thing even when
it costs more than I want to pay.

I know that character is more important than competence.

I know that it takes years to build up trust and only seconds to
destroy it.

I know that I often judge myself by my best intentions and most
noble acts, but that I'll be judged by my last worst act.

I know that I can't control what will happen to me but that I have a
lot to say about what happens in me.

I know that pain is inevitable, but suffering is optional.

I know that attitudes, both good and bad, are contagious.

I know that winning is more than coming in first and that there's
no real victory without honor.

I know that it takes a conscientious effort to be kind, but that
kindness changes lives.

I know that neither gratitude nor forgiveness comes naturally; both
often require acts of will.

I know that real success is being significant.

I know that happiness is deeper and more enduring than either
pleasure or fun and that I'm generally as happy as I'm willing to be.

I know that the surest road to happiness is good relationships and
that the best way to have good relationships is to be a good person.

Quoted from Michael Josephson reminding you that character counts.

Visit CharacterCounts.org

It feels good to do the right thing

It feels good to do the right thing!

Character grows with time

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Animal Senses

Share Your Knowledge – The Five Senses

Sight, smell, touch, taste and hearing all contribute to make our lives more enjoyable. What do the members of your family know about these five senses, how they work and how people adapt when they lack one or more of them?

The Five Senses

Using my senses

I can feel the sun on my face and smell the scents of flowers.

Play a 5 senses guessing game

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