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July 9, 2009
The alliance of Professor PM Forni of the John Hopkins University Civility Project and my Association of Image Consultants International (AICI), whom with both I am deeply involved in, is seeking to create a civility epidemic worldwide. In May we presented Los Angeles with a civility proclamation, which is their commitment toward civility. Other cities are currently becoming involved in this project. We all are somewhat flawed in civility, but with more knowledge, hopefully we will desire to become more civil with kindness, consideration, and respect toward others.
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By Diana Olson | August 4, 2010
Self-restraint is a personal virtue showing physical, emotional and verbal self-control. Children often have a natural impatient sense of entitlement, self-gratification and self-absorption. Only after they are taught through examples are they able to develop empathy and sensitivity for others through their words and actions. These traits are not inbred, as a child is born naturally self-centered. Civility requires self-restraint throughout life, and is an essential character trait for successful relationships, which can lead to a happy and fulfilling life.
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By Diana Olson | August 4, 2010
Self-restraint is a personal virtue showing physical, emotional and verbal self-control. Children often have a natural impatient sense of entitlement, self-gratification and self-absorption. Only after they are taught through examples are they able to develop empathy and sensitivity for others through their words and actions. These traits are not inbred, as a child is born naturally self-centered. Civility requires self-restraint throughout life, and is an essential character trait for successful relationships, which can lead to a happy and fulfilling life.
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July 9, 2009
The alliance of Professor PM Forni of the John Hopkins University Civility Project and my Association of Image Consultants International (AICI), whom with both I am deeply involved in, is seeking to create a civility epidemic worldwide. In May we presented Los Angeles with a civility proclamation, which is their commitment toward civility. Other cities are currently becoming involved in this project. We all are somewhat flawed in civility, but with more knowledge, hopefully we will desire to become more civil with kindness, consideration, and respect toward others.
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