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Croskey’s Corner: Humble-ness

Croskey’s Corner: Humble-ness When I was young, the movie version of Camelot was popular. I loved the vision and the idealism of King Arthur. I was overwhelmed by Queen Guinevere’s passion and devotion to both Arthur and Sir Lancelot. And I had to admire...

Croskey’s Corner: Enthusiasm

Croskey’s Corner: Enthusiasm Have you ever lost track of time? On an ideal summer afternoon, you might experience this. You get engrossed in a leisurely activity in which your focus is pretty much solely on what you are doing. You are oblivious to your...

Croskey’s Corner: Tolerance

Croskey’s Corner: Tolerance One of the older versions of the Character First! definition for Tolerance had an “I will” statement which said, “I will curb the urge to judge others.” Judging others reminds me that one of the original leaders of the Character...

Croskey’s Corner: Discipline

Croskey’s Corner: Discipline Carolyn Hax is a Washington Post writer who gives advice on how to handle romantic relationships, parenting, and friendship pressures. I find her advice to be pragmatic and honest. Some years ago, she had a column about two...

Croskey’s Corner: Generosity

Bill Croskey  Recently, one of my friends ran into another friend of mine. They had not known each other prior to being introduced. Later, one of them told me about the meeting. Somehow, they quickly figured out that they had at least one mutual friend, me. To this...

Croskey’s Corner: Gratefulness

Croskey’s Corner Recently, one of my friends ran into another friend of mine. They had not known each other prior to being introduced. Later, one of them told me about the meeting. Somehow, they quickly figured out that they had at least one mutual friend, me....

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