Congratulations on completing the lesson for Week Two. Now it’s time to start putting things into practice!
You should start using the techniques covered right now, if possible, and continue with them each day throughout the following week. If you think you might have any problems adhering to the daily practices, or need any clarification, get in touch right away with the course facilitator.
However, your first step should be to visit the Comments section below, as soon as you’re ready, and post your thoughts on the question for this week:
“What constitutes true human ‘virtue’ or makes a person genuinely admirable? What qualities might define someone’s character as truly good or bad?”
As you think this over, consider how even a simple act like answering this question and commenting on the forums might relate to your personal conception of virtue. How could your interaction with others be made completely in harmony with your own core values?
Here’s a second question for you to consider, and discuss, if you want:
What’s the relationship between what’s truly “healthy” or beneficial for you and what’s genuinely “praiseworthy”? How do these compare to what’s desirable or worth choosing to pursue in life?
Now go to the Comments section below and reply with your thoughts.
If there’s anything whatsoever you could use help with, either technical stuff or the course content, please don’t hesitate to contact the course facilitator.
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