character education

How does self-knowledge help one live a moral life?

knowing the normal reactions helps decide what is best


knowing his or her precise moments of decision alerts a person to the most important time to consider his or her moral code


self is the most important person to satisfy; knowing one's likes is the most important consideration

C?

How can you establish lifelong habits of moral action?

only your parents can establish life-long habits in you


spend two weeks focusing on each habit you wish to establish before starting another one


think a lot about each habit you wish to establish and your mind will automatically do it for the rest of your life

B?

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  1. The questions are too vague to answer. The answers are unrealistic.

    Sorry -- I can't help you with these two questions.

    posted by Ms. Sue

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