There are some things that money can’t buy… like Manners, Morals and Integrity. In fact, the greatest act of rebellion today is being a true Gentleman.
A Gentleman is always punctual. If he is not 10 minutes early, then he is already late; is hard working, honest and ethical with his clients and his own suppliers; always pays his debts within the agreed timeframe; does not abuse alcohol or drugs, or the kindness of any person; stands up for what he believes in, and for those unjustly treated; is helpful beyond the call of duty; never talks about his tailor, or puts anyone in a bad light, ever; has all the relevant information, knows what to say, and knows whether or not he should say it; is courteous and respectful to everyone, including his staff and those who appear not to deserve it - the final test of a gentleman is his respect for those who can be of no possible service to him. Ladies may follow these guidelines too (just substitute ‘dressmaker’ for ‘tailor’). There are many more, too numerous to mention, but if you get these right then it’s more than likely the others will be in place as well.
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A Gentleman is also characterised by a degree of tolerance to things outside his immediate environment.
Male by birth, Gentleman by choice.
Suggestions welcome - if you know of definitive characteristics of Gentlemen (or Ladies) or definitive characteristics of a Beautiful Mind, feel free to send them by means of Contact Us.
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There are some things that money can’t buy… like Manners, Morals and Integrity. In fact, the greatest act of rebellion today is being a true Gentleman.
Beautiful minds have a number of characteristics. They usually belong to Gentlemen (and Ladies). Their owners are usually not politicians. They belong to people who have an interest in learning new things and who know the right questions to ask. They belong to honest & sincere people. Suggestions welcome - if you know of definitive characteristics of Gentlemen (or Ladies) or definitive characteristics of a Beautiful Mind, feel free to send them by means of Contact Us.
Meditation often brings out unusual, sometimes almost unbelievable, insights. Omar Kayyam, a Persian mathematician, astronomer and poet (18 May 1048 - 4 December 1131) contributed significantly to the science of his time. For example, he created a calendar which proved to be a more accurate computation of time than that proposed five centuries later by Pope Gregory XIII. He is, however, more widely known for his poetry than anything else.
Almost everyone has had, at some stage in their life, cause to reflect on quatrain LXXI of his arguably most famous poem The Rubaiyat of Omar Kayyam”.
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Be a Gentleman
A gentleman is also characterized by a degree of tolerance to things outside his immediate environment.
Philippians 4:8
A Gentleman is always punctual. If he is not 10 minutes early, then he is already late; is hard working, honest, and ethical with his clients and his own suppliers; always pays his debts within the agreed timeframe; does not abuse alcohol or drugs, or the kindness of any person; stands up for what he believes in, and for those unjustly treated; is helpful beyond the call of duty; never talks about his tailor, or puts anyone in a bad light, ever; has all the relevant information, knows what to say, and knows whether or not he should say it; is courteous and respectful to everyone, including his staff and those who appear not to deserve it - the final test of a gentleman is his respect for those who can be of no possible service to him. * Ladies may follow these guidelines too (just substitute ‘dressmaker’ for ‘tailor’).  There are many more, too numerous to mention, but if you get these right then it’s more than likely the others will be in place as well.
Beware of people posing as Gentlemen!
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