You have to be good at something...be good at these 3 things

You don't have to let just anyone impact your mind or life.

You get to designate those that have access to this special space.

You get to favor some over others.

As a rule...you should always give more than you take...but that's not everyone's rule.

Be compassionate. Be helpful. Be inclusive. Be positive...but don't let those around you have the power to pull you downwards.

Get good at these three skills:
Be good at cooperating with those that offer help from above.

Be good at offering assistance to those needing help up.

Be good at fending off those that have negative impact on your mind or life

Related quote and post about Negativity

Remember this Post about Prudence, Justice, Fortitude, and Temperance...you will need all of these virtues to take advantage of your new skills.

Comment and Activity: Go to the two links above and re-read both posts. From there...comment on how prudence, justice, fortitude, and temperance each play a role in helping you sharpen skills of cooperation, assistance and fending off negativity.

Be compassionate and helpful. Be inclusive and positive. Don't let others have a negative influence on you.

Comments

  1. Prudence is to be efficient in your movements and to get rid of the "Dead Weight." This could be used in our skills for fending off negativity. Get rid of the people who weigh you down and will slow your success rate. Justice is to look at the big picture and be fair. This could help you in your skills by realizing that some people are not good for your life. That some people don't deserve to be your friend. Also, this is used to help your cooperation skill so that you can understand everybody else. Next is fortitude, which would help in your assistance category because even though you may be down or having a bad day, you still need to push through it and help those that may be worse. Temperance fits in the cooperation, and helps this skill because you need to be in control and not take over the task. Let people be apart of the group and share what they have to offer.

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  2. Prudence is to be efficient in your movements and to get rid of the "Dead Weight." This could be used in our skills for fending off negativity. Get rid of the people who weigh you down and will slow your success rate. Justice is to look at the big picture and be fair. This could help you in your skills by realizing that some people are not good for your life. That some people don't deserve to be your friend. Also, this is used to help your cooperation skill so that you can understand everybody else. Next is fortitude, which would help in your assistance category because even though you may be down or having a bad day, you still need to push through it and help those that may be worse. Temperance fits in the cooperation, and helps this skill because you need to be in control and not take over the task. Let people be apart of the group and share what they have to offer.

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  3. all four of these virtues help us sharpen our skills by building our patience with negative forces, and helping us be more courteous when we see someone in need.

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  4. Prudence is to be efficient in your movements and to get rid of the "Dead Weight." This could be used in our skills for fending off negativity. Get rid of the people who weigh you down and will slow your success rate. Justice is to look at the big picture and be fair. This could help you in your skills by realizing that some people are not good for your life. That some people don't deserve to be your friend. Also, this is used to help your cooperation skill so that you can understand everybody else. Next is fortitude, which would help in your assistance category because even though you may be down or having a bad day, you still need to push through it and help those that may be worse. Temperance fits in the cooperation, and helps this skill because you need to be in control and not take over the task. Let people be apart of the group and share what they have to offer.

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  5. Prudence is very effective in whatever we do day to day if something bad happens you can be able to let go of this and make you a better and happier person.Fortitude helps us when we are feeling down this will help you push through.Justice makes us look at something as a whole and look at everything, This helps us be aware and fair. Temperance helps you do the tasks that you need to do without procrastination.This makes you have more opportunities in life

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  6. All four virtues help to sharpen your skill by creating prudence, justice, fortitude and temperance. These skills allow us to understand other people's ideas and concerns. prudence makes us stronger which allows us to fend off negativity.

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  7. Prudence: Prudence helps you fend off negativity by having the skill of knowing what to spend you time on. If you know what to spend your time on, negativity will be taken out of many equation in your social life.

    Justice: Helps you offer assistance, cooperate and fend off negativity. With a theme of justice in your mind, you can differentiate right from wrong. This skill is useful in helping people. It helps you see better the needs of people, and attend to those needs. You know the appropriate times to cooperate, and can tell what’s negative and positive.

    Fortitude: With fortitude, you can assist those in need, even if the act of help is a burden unto you. You look through what’s hard and see the net goal as somebody getting help when they need it the most.

    Temperance: With temperance, you have a mental restraint that helps you judge whats right. Maybe the negative entities in life are tempting, and you need to have a moral, or mental strength to fight this negativity.

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  8. Prudence, justice, temperance, and fortitude are four virtues that shape what kind of person you are. Starting with temperance; it is a word describing self-restraint or moderation. Temperance is commonly found in addiction such as alcohol or junk food. Next, prudence. Prudence is basically another word for caution. When an important matter comes up, people exercise prudence, as to not fail. Justice, my favorite virtue, is deciding whether or not something is fair. A great example of justice is our court system. A person may go through a trial with a lawyer, all under a judge. This assures justice to that person. Lastly, fortitude. Fortitude is looking into the face of adversity and never giving up. Fortitude really shows character in a person, whether or not they chose to give up when something is hard. All four virtues help you to be approachable, a great leader, and cooperative.

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  9. Prudence is to avoid waste and having wisdom in practical matters. This could help us with fending off negativity by knowing who you should be around and who is good for you and bring joy into your life. Justice is the idea of fairness and and being able to appreciate something properly. This could help us with cooperation. The next one is fortitude which is a mental strength that allows you to move forward enthusiastically when faced with some sort of temptation. This could help us with fending off negativity by not allowing temptation into our lives. Lastly, temperance which is moderation and self restraint. This helps us with all of the skills in our lives.

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  10. Prudence will keep us watching for when someone needs helps, or we ourselves need help, as well as pushing off negativity given towards us as we can see that the negativity is unjust and will give us nothing. Through justice we'll be able to see when it's fair to help and be helped. Being strong enough to help others and take help from others without being discouraged about your own ability is very important, and when hit with negativity having a strong fortitude will let you push past it without having it affect you.Temperance can mostly strongly be seen helping you deal with negative feedback, as being restrained and responsible when attacked with negativity will make it so you don't respond negatively and create more problems for yourself.

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  11. Prudence: Prudence helps you fend off negativity by having the skill of knowing what to spend you time on. If you know what to spend your time on, negativity will be taken out of many equation in your social life.

    Justice: Helps you offer assistance, cooperate and fend off negativity. With a theme of justice in your mind, you can differentiate right from wrong. This skill is useful in helping people. It helps you see better the needs of people, and attend to those needs. You know the appropriate times to cooperate, and can tell what’s negative and positive.

    Fortitude: With fortitude, you can assist those in need, even if the act of help is a burden unto you. You look through what’s hard and see the net goal as somebody getting help when they need it the most.

    Temperance: With temperance, you have a mental restraint that helps you judge whats right. Maybe the negative entities in life are tempting, and you need to have a moral, or mental strength to fight this negativity.

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  12. Prudence: Avoiding waste and having wisdom in practical matters.
    Justice: The idea of fairness
    Fortitude: A mental strength that allows you to move forward
    Temperance:self restraint.

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  13. Prudence helps you fend off negativity and have cooperation by helping you have more wisdom in practical matters. Taking the step up to make you more strong in many ways.

    Fortitude helps you assist those who need help and it helps you cooperate in tough situations. It helps you be more positive and deal with obstacles that are extremely hard to deal with.

    Temperance helps you cooperate by staying in control of yourself and your team. It helps you realize that you control if you got and A on the Final or if you won the big game.

    Justice helps with the assistance skill by doing things fairly and learning that you will not always be treated fairly. It helps you and others learn right from wrong and it helps you stand up to others even when no one wants to hear what you have to say or even if no one is on your side.

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  14. Temperance: Is The cord in your brain That keeps your brain to be fair without it You Will be corrupt

    justice: JUSTICE is The way you determine what's right and fair

    Fortitude: Fortitude Is being helpful and helping people you care about and need it the most such as: Family, Classmates, And your loved one.

    Prudence: Produce is your guards to your emotions fending off any sort of negativity

    All Together these help take in learning and Fend off any way of mental or physical harm!

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  15. Prudence: Prudence is important because it gets rid of negativity in a way that saves your time. If you waste your time on something not worth it, it will bring negativity into your life. Yet, if you don't waste your time, you will be feeling more and more positive.

    Justice: Once again, we can get rid of negativity with Justice. It helps you by letting you cooperate with people and even though things might not be fair, with justice you should understand that you don't owe you anything, you have to earn it.

    Fortitude: Kind of like justice, you can assist people with fortitude. When faced with adversity, you can move forward and carry on. Not only that ,but you can do that with enthusiasm and greatness in your heart. Unlike Justice, however, fortitude is more about helping others than cooperating.

    Temperance: Temperance, the trait that helps you judge certain circumstances and what's morally right or wrong. Somethings in life can be tempting and you may be addicted to certain things, but you can't give in and you have to be strong.

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  16. Prudence helps you fend off negativity and gives you strength to have the best mind. Temperance helps you by keeping control of your mind. Fortitude is assistant that helps people that are in need. Justice is your mind telling you what right and what's wrong.

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  17. Prudence: Avoiding waste and having wisdom in practical matters.
    Justice: The idea of fairness and being able to appreciate something properlyFortitude: A mental strength that allows you to move forward enthusiasticallyTemperance: Moderation and self restraint...staying in disciplined control.

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  18. Prudence:keeps you positive during the day.
    Temperance:Keeps your perfect attitude on your side of the day.
    Justice:The right and wrong brought together to be fairly reasonable.
    Fortitude:The people on your side that are there to help during hard times or situations.

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  19. Prudence: Helps you get rid of negativity and to have cooperation and having wisdom. It helps you to make the right decisions.

    Fortitude:It helps you help others and you can cooperate better with other people you will also be more positive and help you deal with life problems.

    Justice:Helps you with skill by being fair to others and know that they aren't always going to treat you fair back. It helps you stand up when someone is doing something wrong or if someone wants you to do something that you don't want to do you will stand up for yourself.

    Temperance:It helps you stay in control of yourself and help others stay in control.

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  20. prudence: helps with get away from negativity, being graceful and taking advantage of the situation.

    Fortitude: A metal strength that helps you whenever you need it. Helps you cooperate in hard situations, and helps stay positive in hard times to deal with.

    Justice: Helps with doing things fairly, and always being treated fairly. You have to stand up to others even if nobody cares about anything you're doing.

    Temperance: Helps you stay in control of yourself and everybody else. It helps if you got anything good going for you in your life.

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  21. Prudence, justice, fortitude, and temperance are very important to become a better person.
    Prudence:Prudence is someone who does not waste life but has wisdom in particular manners of life. Prudence will help you in your life by making better choices and not making choice that will end up with you in jail or not having a job.
    Justice: Justice is the idea of fairness. Justice is important because can make people like you more and once you get a job it good to have this skill.
    Fortitude: Means you have mental strength in sports it is really important to have fortitude to show the other team you don't have weakness. If you show the other team weakness they will attack you.
    Temperance: Temperance is self control, you need to have Temperance because you don't want to be that person at a wedding or birthday and you stick your finger in the cake, do you? Or do you want to be that person eats the strawberries in the fridge before the salad is made. Self control is very important to have if you want people to like you.

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  22. Prudence helps you fend off negativity because you have to be smart and practical in many situations.

    Fortitude helps you help other people because if they ask you to do a favor but it doesn't work with your schedule you have to overcome that and still help them.

    Temperance will help you when you receive help from other people because even if your angry you still will accept their help even if you don't want it.

    justice will help you when you're helping other people because you may help someone up but they wont help you back.

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  23. The four virtues; Prudence, justice, fortitude, and temperance all help in sharpening my skills of cooperation, assistance, and fending off negativity. Prudence, justice, fortitude, and temperance are all essential to everyone and I try to make sure i'm skilled at least a little bit in each one of them. Those virtues help me train my skills of cooperation, assistance, and fending off negativity. This helps me make sure i'm a great partner and I am easy to work with.

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  24. Prudence is used in cooperation to be cautious with the person you are working with and if you're giving someone assistance, so both people can finish with the same desireable end. Being prudent when fighting off negativity you be cautious in decision making. You are sharpening your skill if you have justice in cooperation and assistance you need to have a good behavior level to help them. To fend of negativity you need to have a good mood so what they say doesn't get to you. Fortitude makes courageous weather you are working on or helping someone you don't want to you are brave and push through it same for fighting negativity. Temperance gives you a restraint, if you're helping someone or giving assistance let them speak their thoughts before using yours. Fighting off negativity keep the restraint not to fight back.

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