The Ear of the Heart

I don’t have a serious code, I simply try to obey the 10 Commandments and listen to my conscience. For my religious studies class we read the Rule of St. Benedict, highly necessary to understand our school as we are a Benedictine institution. While many chapters of the rule are dedicated to things like “proper footwear for the monks” and things like that, it does provide lots of practical guidelines on how to be a decent person and is very practical for everyday life. What I like is that it has a huge emphasis on following the conscience, which is describes as the ear of the heart. You can read the whole Rule here: http://www.ccel.org/ccel/benedict/rule2/files/rule2.html

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