(quote) John-971967 said: Ok, this should be better...
br>Back in the medieval period, chivalry was a code observed by Knights that determined their behavior, both in and out of battle.
The code of chivalry was founded upon the ideals of courage, honor, and loyalty.
Hundreds of years later, the term is now used to describe behavior that is often times superficially courteous.
Chivalry should not be thought in terms of being polite; instead, if you want to know how to act chivalrous, then the fundamental rule is to treat people--not just women--with respect and dignity.
I just had a light bulb moment:
Army's core values and they go to battle: loyalty
, duty, respect, selfless service, honor
, integrity, and personal courage
canonization on Servant of God Fr. Vincent R. Capodanno
Witness chivalry where men open doors for their wives, walk on the side of the street, give their jacket for their love one... etc...
:rose: :rose: they have a heart of gold :goldstar: they maybe a minority or few but so precious... :hug: :goldstar: :heart: