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.
All through in the book, the author juxtaposes the relationship between academic performance and moral excellence, while analysing the steps our youths can take so as not to become a burden to the society.
HE the minister praised the winner for his achievement and scientific and moral excellence.
Santiago was known to be fearless in her views and always blunt with her words; a paragon of passion, courage and integrity; and the embodiment of the very characteristics she demanded in any public servant: academic, professional and moral excellence," Poe said in the resolution.
As I visit our enlisted Sailors all over the world, I am very impressed by the moral excellence and careful decision-making that continues to be displayed in our ranks and within the supply community.
Instead, it is about the question of moral excellence that focuses on whether moral agent is virtuous or not.
The resolution also noted that throughout her career in public service - as presiding judge of the Quezon City Regional Trial Court, immigration commissioner, agrarian reform secretary and senator, she embodied academic, professional and moral excellence, the same values that she demanded of leaders.
Prime Minister Shahid Khaqan Abbasi said the spirit of sacrifice was of universal importance and no nation can achieve moral excellence without inculcating the very spirit in their lives as it was meant to sacrifice one's desires for high principles.
She noted that Kuwait's humanitarian endeavors are well-chronicled and prove just how eager the country's leaders are in promoting such moral excellence.
Aristotle believed that moral excellence is found in a happy human community.
The public requires a leader with a true vision of the future, a sense of developing the moral excellence and righteousness of citizens and making them capable of living a dignified life.
Biochar is reported to increase crop production by moral excellence of its highly porous structure due to its porosity it absorbed nutrients inside the particles and retain them.