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Chivalry - Courtesy in Action

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Chivalry - Courtesy in Action

Post by dean jacques on Thu Dec 10, 2015 5:56 am

Chivalry - Courtesy in Action

As parents, it is our duty to empower our children to live happy, capable and productive lives in the real world.

An important part of that is teaching them the art of good manners. Throughout their lives, almost nothing will define them so distinctly as how they deal with other people.

Courtesy is a primary value not to be trifled with. It distinguishes a person’s confidence, experience, life-principles and self-control, which is especially important for job interviews and first impressions. It forms the basis for one’s reputation upon which all other qualities stand, and illumines them for everyone to see.

No amount of bragging or posing can replace this genuine projection of self-respect.

Courtesy empowers people to effectively respond to a wide variety of situations, no matter in whose company they find themselves. Intuitively building trust and connection, doors will open that might not otherwise, facilitating in any career. Projecting competence, accomplishment and leadership abilities, polished manners will also attract high quality friends and mates, and contribute to ongoing relationships.

What greater gift can you give to assure your children’s success and well-being?

Courteous behavior also provides the social adhesive that harmoniously binds society together—a dynamic sorely needed, thanks to divisive politics and the exploitive tendencies of media entertainment.

There are many inexpensive books that will help you teach your children, while brushing up your own skills as well. Because courtesy plays an integral part of chivalry, it is also covered in our own book of Knightly requirements, The Deeper Quest.
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Post by Butch Hendricks on Tue May 24, 2016 1:42 pm

I would encourage everyone to remember that the very best means of teaching your children courtesy and good manners is by your own good example. The kids are always watching...

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Re: Chivalry - Courtesy in Action

Post by Braveheart on Sat May 28, 2016 2:37 am

Dear Knights,

I deeply believe in your words.

I think that it is good to raise children, in a way, like squires: teaching them the values of Knighthood, whether they be boys or girls - to be courteous, to be honest, to protect and serve those in need...

Chivalry-Now is a great guide for the values to transmit to children...

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Re: Chivalry - Courtesy in Action

Post by Butch Hendricks on Sat May 28, 2016 10:39 am

Very, very true. I can't think of a better way to raise a young boy or girl.

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Re: Chivalry - Courtesy in Action

Post by Braveheart on Tue Jun 07, 2016 3:52 am

Dear Knights,

I have a niece and nephew and when they get a bit older I will tell them stories of heroic knights and pass on the values of Chivalry Now.

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Re: Chivalry - Courtesy in Action

Post by dean jacques on Tue Jun 07, 2016 9:07 am

I wish everyone did that.

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Re: Chivalry - Courtesy in Action

Post by Butch Hendricks on Tue Jun 07, 2016 11:33 am

From humble beginnings, great things are born...

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