Each person carries out his or her responsibility carefully and with integrity, never claiming credit for someone elses work and being willing to acknowledge wrongdoing.
Each person responds sensitively to the ideas and needs of others without dismissing or degrading them.
Each person has a sense of duty to fulfill willingly the tasks he or she has accepted or been assigned.
Each person is considerate and caring. There is recognition that everyone, from time to time, feels hurt, confused, angry, or sad. Instead of ignoring such conditions, people reach out to one another.
Each person agrees to live within limits. At the simplest level, self-control reflects habits of good living.
Each person is diligent, with the inner strength and determination to pursue well-defined goals.
Each person discovers that one of lifes greatest satisfactions comes from giving to others, and recognizes that talents should be shared through service.
Boyer. E. L. (1995). The Basic School: A Community
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