In the photo left to right is Kit Whittington, essay committee chair presenting a 0 check to Ruby, and club president Scott Krejci.Click on MSometimes the line between right and wrong is blurred, and we have trouble making decisions that are both fair and perceptive of the people around us.They serve as a foundation for our relationships with each other and the action we take in the world.
I searched through many books for the answer to our need, but the right phrases eluded me, so I did what I often do when I have a problem I can't answer myself: I turn to the One who has all the answers.
I leaned over my desk, rested my head in my hands and prayed.
He retained the rights to use the test for himself, his Club Aluminum Company and the Christian Workers Foundation.
These principles have been developed over the years to provide Rotarians with a strong, common purpose and direction.
After a few moments, I looked up and reached for a white paper card.
Then I wrote down the twenty-four words that had come to me: First testing it out on himself, he realized that the first question, "is it the truth?
The test has been promoted around the world and is used in myriad forms to encourage personal and business ethical practices.
Taylor gave Rotary International the right to use the test in the 1940s and the copyright in 1954.
As Thoreau once said, “Any fool can make a rule, and any fool will mind it”.
This piece of advice is especially helpful to a high school student, like me, because high school students tend to make rash, naïve choices.