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  • Taking a family of five out to breakfast can be a trying and expensive ordeal, especially when two of the family are under 5 years old, but there we were […]

    Generosity, Over Easy

    Taking a family of five out to breakfast can be a trying and expensive ordeal, especially when two of the family are under 5 years old, but there we were […]

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  • Learning about real chivalry by looking at popular characters from TV, movies and books. Plus: Does chivalry make life easier? Then we totally trash the code of honor in the workplace.

    Episode 6: Today’s Heroes and Chivalry

    Learning about real chivalry by looking at popular characters from TV, movies and books. Plus: Does chivalry make life easier? Then we totally trash the code of honor in the workplace.

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  • From Greek philosophers to Aztec shamen to samurai warriors, aspects of the Code of Chivalry can be found throughtout history. Plus: Comic book guru Stan Lee finds the difference between a hero and a fraud in the ideals of knightly virtue.

    Episode 5: Chivalry in Other Cultures

    From Greek philosophers to Aztec shamen to samurai warriors, aspects of the Code of Chivalry can be found throughtout history. Plus: Comic book guru Stan Lee finds the difference between a hero and a fraud in the ideals of knightly virtue.

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  • Throughout my life, I have tried to adopt numerous qualities from heroes that I have looked up to in sports, school and in my family. These individuals have had both […]

    Grandfather’s Love and Courage

    Throughout my life, I have tried to adopt numerous qualities from heroes that I have looked up to in sports, school and in my family. These individuals have had both […]

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  • It was a bitter cold winter night, snow falling lightly, a dim silence in the air that gave off a tranquil sense of peacefulness. I was only 10 years old […]

    A Knight on a Snowy Night

    It was a bitter cold winter night, snow falling lightly, a dim silence in the air that gave off a tranquil sense of peacefulness. I was only 10 years old […]

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  • One must first learn civility before he learns the (martial) art, and one must first know his ethics before he knows his skills.

    Chivalry Gets Its Chops

    One must first learn civility before he learns the (martial) art, and one must first know his ethics before he knows his skills.

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  • My daughter suffers from cerebral palsy. As a result of this disability, she is forced to use her wheelchair at times when we are out and about. A few summers […]

    Pennies from Heaven

    My daughter suffers from cerebral palsy. As a result of this disability, she is forced to use her wheelchair at times when we are out and about. A few summers […]

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  • Not too long ago I was driving to choir practice at church when I looked at the clock and saw I was going to be really early, so I stopped […]

    The Knight of the Air Pump

    Not too long ago I was driving to choir practice at church when I looked at the clock and saw I was going to be really early, so I stopped […]

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  • I was driving past Hightower Grocery when I heard the news on the radio. Two planes had slammed into the World Trade Center. A third hit the Pentagon. It was […]

    The Old Soldier

    I was driving past Hightower Grocery when I heard the news on the radio. Two planes had slammed into the World Trade Center. A third hit the Pentagon. It was […]

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  • How long has it been since a real knight was trained? You still hear all the time about the Queen of England knighting someone, or about an order of Knighthood doing this or that. But do these “knights” really practice chivalry? A pity that these days children can’t be brought up as knights the way they might have back then ...brought in as a page, then a squire, then eventually knighted when they’ve learned enough. But such practices are obsolete now days ... right?

    A New Order

    How long has it been since a real knight was trained? You still hear all the time about the Queen of England knighting someone, or about an order of Knighthood doing this or that. But do these “knights” really practice chivalry? A pity that these days children can’t be brought up as knights the way they might have back then ...brought in as a page, then a squire, then eventually knighted when they’ve learned enough. But such practices are obsolete now days ... right?

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