Virtue (noun) a trait or quality deemed to be morally excellent and valued as a foundation of principle and good moral being. The opposite of a virtue is a vice.
Ok really, I don't see any virtues in myself worth writing about. I thought I'd take on this question at a more romantic approach instead of having to sit and analyze myself. Again.
So, laying in bed with my laptop, I just asked Matt to help me with this post and pick out the virtues he sees in me from this list so I could, ahem, find one to write about myself. Forget Hallmark cards. Here's what my husband thinks of me.
I'm most flattered by Creativity and Wit ... they seem like little talents, and I like that he's willing to admit he notices them.
After he listed them, I started typing the definition of a virtue and writing my post, and he peeked over to see which one I'd picked. I yanked the computer in the opposite direction and told him he could read it when I publish it, just like everyone else.
I think that took Lovingness and Compassion off his list. When he reads this, he's going to replace them with a vice - Deception.
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