virtue (n) an example of moral goodness or excellence.

pragmatism (n) a virtue. A practical approach to problems and affairs; character or conduct that emphasizes practicality; action or policy dictated by consideration of the immediate practical consequences rather than by theory or dogma.

Put simply, accepting what is real and making the best of it.

Instead of trying to cover the whole world with leather, put on some sandals. – Shantideva

“My plea is that not for women to be less “empowered”, but for them to assimilate into a feminine “role”, if they want men to be men. And if they want to be treated like “ladies”. Women who behave like men (or behave how they THINK men behave) are NOT very sexy. And if you refuse to acknowledge this plea, while shaming and pissing on our egos further; we’ll take other paths to happiness. Because that’s what men do.” – Keyster, Comments, A Plea to the Feminine

Do not look where you fell, but where you slipped. – Bondei Proverb

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