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What is an important virtue for a person to have?

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September 6th, 2016 1:33 PM

Charles Neal "I think an important virtue for a person to have is to be dependable. If you can't depend on a person to keep their word or do what they say they will do, then there is no foundation for building trust, which is essential to any good relationship."

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By Loretta A. Ragsdell

Contributing Reporter / Columnist

Charles Neal

"I think an important virtue for a person to have is to be dependable.  If you can't depend on a person to keep their word or do what they say they will do, then there is no foundation for building trust, which is essential to any good relationship."

Luis Romo

"Patience is an important virtue to have.  If not patient, they might run through a process and miss the message in what they are going through."

April Coop

"The most important virtue for a person to have is loyalty.  Loyalty is important, because a person who is loyal is someone you can count on when times are hard or when you really need a friend."

James Carpenter

"I think honesty is the most important virtue for a person to have.  All a person has is his word, and if he can't be honest or say what he feels or thinks, then you get branded as liar."

Dawn Stephenson

"I think kindness is a good virtue to have.  If we all were kind, there would be less violence in the world."

Beverly Steward

"Dependability is an important virtue, because if a person can count on you, then they are inclined to be there for you.  To me, it's important to know that a person will be there to help me whenever I might need them."