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A List of Virtues

People have different ways to improve their habits and goals. Success-oriented people and leaders to be motivated make their own list, like Benjamin Franklin and DH Lawrence.

In fact, it was noted that Benjamin Franklin made a table with seven columns to check the habits everyday. At the end of the list, Benjamin realized that faults were sometimes, so much to find, but then afterward he became happy to see the faults diminish.

In an essay that Benjamin Franklin wrote containing about these habits, which he believed were virtues he also cited precepts. As he tried them, he recorded which virtue/habit he fulfilled and that which he missed.

Also, DH Laurence listed his choices of his own good habits. It sparked from the writings of Benjamin that Lawrence wrote his list. Some writers agree that DH Lawrence is the presence of the mind passionately at work while doing his list. Lawrence frees his muse strikingly attractive, defines spontaneously his words, and finds rhythm in his temper. …