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  • It’s odd in this day and age to say that someone is “noble.” We usually say they’re trustworthy or respectable, but we reserve noble as a synonym for rich or […]

    Inspired By Nobility

    It’s odd in this day and age to say that someone is “noble.” We usually say they’re trustworthy or respectable, but we reserve noble as a synonym for rich or […]

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  • I met a man, a man who became a friend of mine. As we began getting better acquainted, we found we shared many common interests. We quickly realized we were […]

    A Knight’s Journey

    I met a man, a man who became a friend of mine. As we began getting better acquainted, we found we shared many common interests. We quickly realized we were […]

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  • The chivalric romances of old always featured a mighty knight or warrior as their protagonist. In “The Lord of the Rings,” however, the hero is a hobbit — a humble, even timid character who has no love of glory, and who would rather enjoy a bountiful breakfast than go on an epic quest.

    Frodo and Courage

    The chivalric romances of old always featured a mighty knight or warrior as their protagonist. In “The Lord of the Rings,” however, the hero is a hobbit — a humble, even timid character who has no love of glory, and who would rather enjoy a bountiful breakfast than go on an epic quest.

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  • Although the story of “The Lord of the Rings” may seem simple on its surface, there is, in fact, a great deal of complexity in the story. The Ring of Power, which is at the heart of the story’s conflict, has an effect on every character who comes into contact with it.

    The Ring and the Knightly Virtues

    Although the story of “The Lord of the Rings” may seem simple on its surface, there is, in fact, a great deal of complexity in the story. The Ring of Power, which is at the heart of the story’s conflict, has an effect on every character who comes into contact with it.

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  • Tolkien’s tale of the battle for Middle Earth is clearly an effort to introduce today’s readers to the wonderful literary tradition of the medieval epic sagas.

    Tolkien and Chivalry Today

    Tolkien’s tale of the battle for Middle Earth is clearly an effort to introduce today’s readers to the wonderful literary tradition of the medieval epic sagas.

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  • On the whole, society is more stable, safe and orderly when we all play by the rules, even when they're annoying and inconvenient.

    Reverence For The Law

    On the whole, society is more stable, safe and orderly when we all play by the rules, even when they're annoying and inconvenient.

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  • he code of chivalry and its knightly virtues were the best and only defense against a world which seemed to be overflowing with sorrow, terror and despair. Chivalry was the torch that chased away the darkness which, for a time, seemed as if it might engulf the whole world ...

    Chivalry, Terrorism and Knights in Shining Armor at Ground Zero

    he code of chivalry and its knightly virtues were the best and only defense against a world which seemed to be overflowing with sorrow, terror and despair. Chivalry was the torch that chased away the darkness which, for a time, seemed as if it might engulf the whole world ...

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  • Here's what Frederico had to say after finishing the course:

    Courage and Chivalry Today

    Here's what Frederico had to say after finishing the course: "Anybody can be motivated to win a marathon. Not everyone has the guts to finish last."

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  • Look at that plaque on the desk where you spend eight hours (or more) of your day. It may be engraved with an impressive title like “vice president” or “sales associate” or “executive financial officer.” Or, perhaps your corporate identity exists at the top of a time card — “cashier” or “assembly” or “maintenance.” In any case, no matter how extravagant or simple your occupational description is, imagine how things might change if you had a different career designation.
<br>What if your title was: “Knight in Shining Armor”?

    Business and Chivalry

    Look at that plaque on the desk where you spend eight hours (or more) of your day. It may be engraved with an impressive title like “vice president” or “sales associate” or “executive financial officer.” Or, perhaps your corporate identity exists at the top of a time card — “cashier” or “assembly” or “maintenance.” In any case, no matter how extravagant or simple your occupational description is, imagine how things might change if you had a different career designation.
    What if your title was: “Knight in Shining Armor”?

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  • Let me share with you my somewhat unusual perspective on the concept of chivalry. There was a time when history was strictly a thing of the past. If you wanted to know about the Middle Ages, knights in shining armor or the code of chivalry, you went to the library, toured a museum or enrolled in a college course.

    Living Chivalry: Discoveries about basic virtues and modern ethics from inside a suit of armor

    Let me share with you my somewhat unusual perspective on the concept of chivalry. There was a time when history was strictly a thing of the past. If you wanted to know about the Middle Ages, knights in shining armor or the code of chivalry, you went to the library, toured a museum or enrolled in a college course.

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