Posts Tagged ‘Chivalry’

26 Aug
2014

Winning Renown

Everyone wants to be a winner,  After all winning isn’t everything, it’s the only thing. In our culture, we have [&hellip

15 Jul
2014

The Future of Honorable Combat

What makes our sport different than nearly every other martial art is that it is the recipient who must call [&hellip

17 Jun
2014

Grounded: The Virtue of Humility

What does a person do to exhibit the Virtue of Humility? Looking back at people who play sports, it seems [&hellip

22 Apr
2014

Hope: The Principal Instrument

In the course of my studies, I frequently review and think about chivalric virtues. Which virtue is the greatest? That [&hellip

3 Apr
2014

Passing of the Couter

I, squire to the King Cellach of the Mighty Dragon Kingdom, had the honor to bear witness to the Passing [&hellip


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