moral excellence

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Noun1.moral excellence - the quality of doing what is right and avoiding what is wrongmoral excellence - the quality of doing what is right and avoiding what is wrong
good, goodness - moral excellence or admirableness; "there is much good to be found in people"
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Watching her with children I learned that partial as they are to fun they are moved almost more profoundly by moral excellence. So fond of babes was this little mother that she had always room near her for one more, and often have I seen her in the Gardens, the centre of a dozen mites who gazed awestruck at her while she told them severely how little ladies and gentlemen behave.
Fyne spoke of the rude health of their children as if it were a result of moral excellence; in a peculiar tone which seemed to imply some contempt for people whose children were liable to be unwell at times.
She is upholding ethical and moral excellence despite being surrounded by shameless corruption and impunity in government.
It strives to provide qualitative and reliable educational assessment, encouraging academic and moral excellence, and promoting sustainable human resource development and international cooperation.
2:15), to develop qualities such as moral excellence, self-control, knowledge, brotherly kindness, perseverance, and love that will enable children to become resilient through the challenges they will face (2 Pet.
In the last half of the twentieth century, statements about moral excellence have included anticommunist, Buddhist and nationalist elements to avoid the charge against mediums of being backward and superstitious.
We must return to the foundational tenets of education; moral excellence. Education is essentially preparation for responsible citizenship.
Ajisafe added that the institution had brought a paradigm shift to university education system in Nigeria, having emphasised and practised the culture of academic and moral excellence.
Should man pursue purity and moral excellence in a resolute and steadfast manner, his mind is prepared to accept the qualities of spiritual purity, and should he be after impurities and moral defilement, he will advance towards the precipice of destruction.
THE recent decision by the Energy, planning and rural affairs secretary Leslie Griffiths to give the go-ahead of a seven generator wind farm is an affront to engineering, technological, commercial, democratic and indeed moral excellence.
In a wide-ranging analysis he eloquently and incisively explores such diverse topics in Maimonides' philosophy as his views on prophecy, the knowledge of and approach to God: normative, intellectual, and experiential; divine knowledge; human ethics and moral excellence; the divine creative act; imitation of God; and the love and fear of God.