Friday, April 5, 2013

Character Quotes

Can these character quotes help you to achieve true strength of character? Meditating on the message contained in each of these character quotes can help you along the path of achieving the type of character that is necessary for successful people to have.

It is not enough to have people think you are an upright person because of the good deeds they see you perform each day…what about the things that they don't see? Many women are beaten each day by men who have upstanding characters outside of the home.

You can easily judge the character of a man by how he treats those who can do nothing for him.
-- Johann Wolfgang von Goethe

Don't you know of people who are successful and have good reputations but are not pleasant? These people usually are self centered and only care to act nicely to those who can help them achieve further success.

Unfortunately for us, society is filled with lots of these types of people and there will definitely be more because of greed. A greedy person will do whatever is needed to get what they want and if that means to portray a nice image of a good character to the world that is what they will do.

But sooner or later the world will see right through the act. No one is that good of a liar to keep that up for a long period of time unless that is who they really were. Character stems for our emotions, our attitude towards life and our moral standing as these character quotes show.

These are things that make us who we are. If you don’t have these treats already then don’t worry, you can certainly acquire them with lots of practice but one thing the character quotes here can’t help you with is erasing the damage that a poor character would have accumulated over the years.

You may not be able to change the past but you can definitely change what happens next and after reading these character quotes here you will have the a better understanding of what you need to do to make that change a glorious success.

While reading these character quotes try to shuffle through your mind and see if you and those you know fit the criteria needed for a healthy, honorable character. Where you fall short, try to make a serious effort to pick up the slack.


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