Stories About Building Character
Building character is a lifelong process. Character defines who we are and how we behave in all matter of circumstances. The aspects of character are related to important traits like patience, resourcefulness, trustworthiness, integrity, effort, organization, perseverance, and problem solving. Do you sometimes give up when things give tough? Have you ever found your self not patient enough to wait for things to come to pass? Have you been overlooked for opportunities because someone felt you didn’t possess all of the necessary qualities? If so, these stories are just for you. Each and everyone of us have an area in which we can improve and the inspirational and inspiring stories about building character found on this page can help.
Could You Take The Path Less Traveled?
Sometimes in this maze we call life it is so difficult to determine what path we should take. Each and every road that we travel on is leading us to a different destination. One can take you to the cheese another can lead you to the trap. So, how in the world are you to determine which one to take?
Imagine there being a fork in your road of life. The path to the right is full of light, life, and perfect weather. The sun is gracefully kissing the ground before you and every step you take seems to be illuminated by the reflection from the stone path. The aroma of sweet and colorful flowers massages your nostrils relaxing you with every breath you inhale. It looks and feels like you would be walking through paradise.
The path to the left is dark, filled with dead trees, and there is a thunderstorm ravaging the terrain. There is just a trail of grey sand to guide you through the rotting vegetation. Each and every breath you inhale brings you closer to vomiting as the retched scent of mold and decay ravage your nasal cavities. Thunder drowns out the sounds of falling limbs from dying trees. There is no sign of life but you standing tall in chaos.Which path would you take?
A simple question deserves a simple answer, right? Not quite.
Patience: The Haircut Story
I cut my son’s hair. Let me set the premise of the rest of this story. I am not a barber. To make things more interesting, my son
You Can’t Hide Forever
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He Fell For It
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Patience Is A Virtue
I have recently joined a basketball league and last nights game was a real nail biter. It was down to the wire. We were down by 40 with 2:00
Time To Make A Change
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Do I Look Like I Care?
So many times in my life I have focused on developing different aspects of my life to try to become a better more well rounded individual.
Is There Mud On My Face?
I can remember when I was a snotty nosed, rebellious, little kid and I enjoyed rolling around in the mud. Not only did I like the
Well What Can I Say
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100 and Something Dollars!
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Just Throw Something At It
In the middle of the night on a hot summer day I was lying comfortably in my bed having a nightmare. It was just your typical scary
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Are You Better or Bitter?
Recently, I heard a viscous rumor. This respectable and intelligent young man had the nerve to tell me that test and trials come in our life to..
I Will Kill You..
WITH KINDNESS Man, last week was a really challenging week. I don’t know if there was a bulls-eye on my back or a kick me sign that I just..
Do You Trust Me?
In America, we used to have something known as the honor system. If someone gave you their word, they would do just what they said they would