Chivalrystyle | Doing The Right Thing
Doing the right thing
WHERE EVERYTHING BEGINS
“A true gentleman is one that apologises anyway, even though he has not offended a lady intentionally. He is in a class all of his own because he knows the value of a woman's heart.” –
Shannon L Alder, Author/Blogger
A man of calm demeanor, strong preserve and intellectual thinking, a gentleman commands respect, practises chivalry and honour, and is a true fighter for the cause of right with words, not guns.
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A PEEK INTO LEISURE PLEASURES
“The mark of friendship is not that help will be given when the pinch comes (of course, it will) but that, having been given, it makes no difference at all.” –
C S Lewis, The Four Loves (1898-1963)
In the spirit of brotherhood and good fellowship, camaraderie encompasses friendship, loyalty and trust amongst people who spend a lot of time together. Thus, being a lonely freelancer is considered old news, while today's comradeship ushers in the future.
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LOVE HER, NOT UNDERSTAND HER
“Remember that whatever may be said by a lady or her friends, it is not part of conduct of a gallant or generous man to take up arms against a woman.” –
Sam Houston (7th Governor of Texas, USA; 1793-1863)
A noble-minded behaviour, to be gallant is to show very polite attention by a man to a woman – thought to be now a thing of the past, it is still very much alive today. Women still appreciate being appreciated, and an occasional compliment goes a long way towards brightening their day – remember, they are our mothers, sisters, wives, fiances and girlfriends, thus deserve that special attention, lest the gentleman forgets.
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“Honour is [not only] the value of a person in his own eyes, but also in the eyes of his society. It is his estimation of his own worth, his claim to pride, [and] it is also the acknowledgment of that claim, his excellence recognised by society, his right to pride.” –
Julian Pitt-Rivers (Anthropologist; 1919-2001)
Pledging his personal integrity and allegiance to Doing the Right Thing, the gentleman holds in great honour all that he does – a reputation worthy of the highest respect and admiration from equal peers who share the same code of standards.
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