Tag Archives: Justice

Give Colour to Virtues

“My people will sleep for one hundred years, but when they awake, it will be the artists who give them their spirit back.” – Louis Riel Another way to conceptualize the four pivotal virtues of civilization is to contemplate how … Continue reading

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Digging for Philosopher’s Gold

“Men dig tons of earth to find a measly piece of gold.” – Heraclitus An ounce of pure gold will land you about 2 thousand dollars here in Canada. Should you hire a private contractor to dig up your backyard … Continue reading

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The Winds of Change – Part 5

THE WINDS OF CHANGE ♣♣♣ Part V ♣♣♣ The Crown of Justice Apocalyptic Fiction by Jason Youngman “There is nothing so cheering as the images of the virtues displayed in the characters of those who live with you, and grouped … Continue reading

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The Scales of Justice – The Luster of Virtue

The luster of virtue excels through justice Awakened in conscience and equanimity Through the release of pretence & wrongful gain Trust in providence; the gift of anonymity Immediately above resides the eighth stanza of nine from my poem titled The … Continue reading

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