The Family Virtues Guide is subtitled, Simple Ways to Bring out the Best in our Children and Ourselves
by Linda Kavelin-Popov with Dan Popov, Ph. D. and John Kavelin
One virtue per week x 52, this book provides a simple framework for your family, your Bahá’í school, or even your Assembly to study a wide range of virtues.
The section for each virtue has seven parts: a quotation (many, but not all are from the Bahá’í Writings), a definition, a WHY practice, a HOW to practice, a What would it look like, Signs of Success & failure, and an affirmation.
To explore the themes of this book further, consider getting the matching Family Virtues Cards, the Classroom Virtues Cards, or the new Baha’i Family Virtues Cards.
“The Virtues Guide is no sanctimonious tome. Its aim is to help pass on some basic values for living together, shared by cultures and faiths around the globe.” Seattle Times
Paperback-ISBN 0452278104 ITEM#-FVG 319 Pages (9″ x 7″ x .75″) Published in 1997 by Penguin Books of Canada Ltd.
There are reflection cards to go along with this book. Family reflection cards are designed to be used with children. Classroom virtue reflection cards are designed with special care for classroom use. Virtue reflection cards are inspiration and designed for self use by adults.
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