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America Essay Contest: The True Heart of America: Lives Are Measured by a Virtuous Character
Commentary How do we measure the value of America? Is it measured from a historical perspective? Sociological perspective? Religious perspective? Unfortunately, there is no methodology that will yield a meaningful ...
November 13, 2020
A Roman Virtue: Pietas
From the Latin "pietas" we derive the word piety, which we associate with a religious faith. For the ...
November 3, 2020
The Forgotten Virtue: Prudence
When we think of prudence, the word caution may come to mind. Some may even associate it with ...
October 20, 2020
Virtue and Character: Lessons Learned From Winston Churchill
In May of 1940, 80 years ago this month, German tanks and troops were racing through France, defeating ...
May 21, 2020
The Pandemic of Virtue
Commentary The Chinese Communist Party has given the American—and Western—left a wonderful gift. Never before has it been ...
May 5, 2020
A Herculean Choice: Virtue or Vice
I try to wake up every day and treat that day like a lifetime, like a microcosmic version ...
March 5, 2020
A Woman of Virtue: Xiao Yixin, A Traditional Role Model from Chinese Culture
In the 5,000 years of Chinese history, there are many stories of virtuous women that have been passed ...
October 23, 2019
Robert Jay Watson
How Virtue Leads to Restoration
The growing awareness of what he has lost begs the question: 'How do we restore virtue in a ...
September 26, 2019
Thomas Aquinas, Fortitude, and the Green Berets
Commentary The virtue of fortitude has been something I've been reflecting on recently, as I become ever more ...
August 22, 2019
Liberty and the Indissoluble Union Between Virtue and Happiness
Commentary The jobs report for the month of April demonstrates that the U.S. economy is doing really well—in ...
May 9, 2019
Parenting in a Soft Age
Virtue, not satisfaction and emotional happiness, is the foundation of a truly happy life in the long term.
February 15, 2019
Hypocrisy and Virtue
Commentary The charge of hypocrisy is common in our contentious times. It's used indiscriminately against those who, in ...
January 28, 2019
Founding Fathers: Without Virtue There Is No Freedom
The Founding Fathers believed one thing was absolutely essential to a free society: virtue. Sometimes the term they ...
January 19, 2019
Obsessed With Being Busy? A Historical Perspective May Help You Out
Addiction to being busy is popularly portrayed as a toxic feature of modernity. The acceleration of everyday life ...
December 31, 2018
Teach Students About Beauty to Lead Them to Virtue
In his new book, “Beauty Matters: Creating a High Aesthetic in School Culture,” Stephen Turley details the nature ...
September 26, 2018
A Just Society Requires Virtuous Citizens
Commentary I live in a small, faith-based college town. Ave Maria University, Florida, is formally Catholic, and the ...
September 16, 2018
Heaven, Earth, and the Moral Foundations of Chinese Faith
Faith in heaven was demonstrated through the nobility’s observance of rites; for commoners, trust manifested itself as etiquette ...
November 13, 2015
The Chinese Empresses Whose Wisdom Enriched Dynastic Rule
Wise and virtuous women were instrumental in shaping the character and heritage of Chinese civilization.
November 4, 2015
Ancient China: When Society Was Regulated With Music and Ritual
In classical China, “ritual” or “etiquette” encompassed the entire spiritual pantheon, of which music was a part.
October 25, 2015
What’s the Role of Virtues in the Lab?
The evolution of science and engineering in the 21st century has transformed the role of these professions in ...
February 3, 2015
Virtue and Moir Win in Nice
The duo scored 72.31 points in the short dance program, beating American rivals and defending champions Meryl Davis ...
March 28, 2012
Epoch Times Staff
Canadian-Born Soprano ‘Deeply Felt’ Shen Yun
"They're very powerful and confident, passionate about what they're singing about. Inspiring,” said soprano Jessica Cheung of the ...
December 12, 2011
Epoch Times Staff
‘Pallas and the Centaur’: A painting of strength and beauty
Sandro Botticelli's painting,'Pallas and the Centaur' depicts a strong woman restraining a centaur. This painting is an image ...
December 5, 2010
Not Talking About Others’ Shortcomings
Wu He was a scholar in the Song Dynasty. His mother disciplined him not to say bad thing ...
March 13, 2010
Establisher of Culture: Socrates
Socrates saw the decline of Greek society, but instead of indulging, he cultivated his soul through virtue.
April 30, 2009
Honesty and Magnanimity: A Story From Ancient China
Approximately 100 years before the time of Confucius, and in the same small town, lived another virtuous man, ...
July 25, 2008
Epoch Times Staff
Republican Senators Want FBI to Investigate Biden’s Key Pentagon Nominee
Fed’s Powell Says Current US Debt Level Is ‘Very Sustainable’
Gov. Greg Gianforte Bans Vaccine Passports for Montana
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Kerry Gershaneck: CCP Using Political Warfare to Fight Unseen War On Taiwan, US
Tennessee Senate Passes Bill That Would Ban ‘Vaccine Passports’
Sen. Hawley’s Bill to Break Up Big Corporations Praised and Panned on Right
State Supreme Court Rules Wisconsin Governor Can’t Limit Restaurant Capacity During CCP Virus Pandemic
Republicans Crafting Narrow Infrastructure Proposal to Counter Biden’s $2.3 Billion Plan
Pfizer-BioNTech Vaccine Arrives in China as Beijing Makes Available Imported Vaccines for First Time