(vs. rashness)

Knowing the importance of right timing in accomplishing right actions

To practice Cautiousness I will:

You've probably heard the phrases, “An ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure,” and “Measure twice – cut once.” In actuality, the best cautions are precautions. Being cautious is not the absence of risk and it is not being afraid. The practice of cautiousness simply requires thought before action.

Where can you exercise more cautiousness this month?


In My School

Educator Bulletin on Cautiousness

The Character Council also offers faith-based resources for use in religious schools, church groups and families.

Cautiousness page