In the darkest hour, the values of the true and the good help.
They are the values by which you act and orient your life. They give meaning and orientation in difficult times.
They offer you a guide and help you deal with negative thinking, complaining, becoming weak, being unfair and selfish, or dealing with anger and despair.
These principles of what is true and good should be modeled for children. A better world is created only by better people.
They are a help to find one’s way in life. They are a help in making decisions and they provide a basis for social coexistence.
Does everyone choose their own values? No. These basic values exist regardless of culture, religion or laws.
They are universal and include all other values. Although these principles are always there, there are times when you should be aware of them.
Without honesty you have nothing.
No matter how hard times are, hope is the candle in the dark.
Faith in something you can’t see and trust that it will happen. Faith is essential.
The courage to take chances and take risks.
Delivering, doing what you say, staying the course.
Will is the power and willingness to do something.
Being humble and modest controls one’s ego.
Forgive yourself and others. He who does not forgive harms himself first and foremost.
A personal attitude that regulates interpersonal relationships.
The darkest hour is the one before dawn.
Service to society. Man is made to help.
Take one principle and think about it.
“In the end, everything will be ok. And if it’s not ok, it’s not the end.”
– Fernando Sabino