Sean Michael Bach
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On Honor, Virtue, and Conduct.

Started this discussion. Last reply by Penelope Mar 1, 2013. 13 Replies

       Hello, gentlemen (and the occasional lady). A very good day to you all.       I had recently finished reading Mr. McKay's highly invigorating read on his seven part series on the history of…Continue

Tags: Humanitas, Kindness, Patientia, Patience, Humility

Hello, gents!

Started this discussion. Last reply by Sean Michael Bach Feb 18, 2013. 4 Replies

Hello there!  It's good to finally be a member here; I've visited this site many times in the past, but only recently joined the community.  I'm an accountant, and an aspiring CPA, here in the east…Continue

 

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Penelope replied to Sean Michael Bach's discussion On Honor, Virtue, and Conduct.
"I'll weigh-in on the developing-courage-when-your-life-is-ordinary issue, because I've asked the same question. My context was vowed religious, claimed by the Church to be models of all virtue, including courage, but usually not…"
Mar 1, 2013
Sean Michael Bach replied to Sean Michael Bach's discussion On Honor, Virtue, and Conduct.
"That's an interesting question, Mr. Kim.  Of course, it would be ideal to encounter on a regular basis some crisis or problem that someone else is having and save them from the situation, like a hero from a story.…"
Mar 1, 2013
Chu Kim replied to Sean Michael Bach's discussion On Honor, Virtue, and Conduct.
"Some good and insightful points there in the discussion post, as well as in the responses here. My question would be, how does a man actually practice these virtues? Does he wait for a situation to come up, and then respond in the appropriate way,…"
Mar 1, 2013
Sean Michael Bach replied to Mike Axton's discussion I could use some advice.
"Well, the dynamic certainly changes if you're no longer co-workers, doesn't it?  If you never have anything more to do with her in the business world, I don't think it's at all out of place to directly ask her for a date,…"
Feb 21, 2013
Sean Michael Bach replied to Mike Axton's discussion I could use some advice.
"She already gave you her answer.  She wants to keep her business and personal life separate, and she wants her business associates to be her business associates.  The cards are off the table; she's just not that into you.  She…"
Feb 21, 2013
Sean Michael Bach replied to Nick's discussion How long does one wait?
"Do you truly care about how other people see your personal dealings?  Is your love life the business of others?  Do you want to live your life pleasing other people, or doing what's right for you? You want to be with this girl.…"
Feb 21, 2013
Sean Michael Bach replied to Nick's discussion How long does one wait?
"One more thing: any man who says he is shy around women is setting himself up for failure.  DON'T.... EVER.... describe yourself as shy around women.  Be more full of yourself.  Be more confident, even arrogant if that suits you.…"
Feb 21, 2013
Sean Michael Bach replied to Nick's discussion How long does one wait?
"When you do ask her out... make it clear that you want to go on a date, not just go out to coffee as friends.  Never give her the impression that you're just friendly to her; eventually, you want to be with this person.  So…"
Feb 21, 2013
Sean Michael Bach replied to Sean Michael Bach's discussion On Honor, Virtue, and Conduct.
"A special thanks to Rebekah for helping me out with the Latin."
Feb 20, 2013
Sean Michael Bach replied to Sean Michael Bach's discussion On Honor, Virtue, and Conduct.
"       Shane mentioned the four Cardinal Virtues, which had completely slipped past my radar before he did so. I think it is worthy for this post to therefore consist of a basic overview of the four Cardinal Virtues, as well as…"
Feb 20, 2013
Sean Michael Bach replied to Andrew T's discussion Guy Code
"Hear hear! "
Feb 20, 2013
Sean Michael Bach replied to Andrew T's discussion Guy Code
"Well said. Cisco, do you have the humility to see the wisdom in these words?"
Feb 20, 2013
Sean Michael Bach replied to D.J.'s discussion Dating non-Catholics, non-Christians, and the irreligious. in the group Catholic Men
"Well said."
Feb 19, 2013
Sean Michael Bach replied to D.J.'s discussion Dating non-Catholics, non-Christians, and the irreligious. in the group Catholic Men
"A good point by Mr. Wilburn.  People can change, and do not forget that your agnostic significant other today could be Catholic tomorrow, as a result of some eye-opening event or other catalyst to her faith in God."
Feb 19, 2013
Sean Michael Bach replied to D.J.'s discussion Dating non-Catholics, non-Christians, and the irreligious. in the group Catholic Men
"In consideration of Mr. Bauer's clarifying statement regarding agnostics, I suppose the question is; is she open to believing that there is a greater being, and if so, can she be influenced into having a more concrete set of beliefs about God?…"
Feb 19, 2013
Sean Michael Bach replied to D.J.'s discussion Dating non-Catholics, non-Christians, and the irreligious. in the group Catholic Men
"I see.  Thank you for clarifying."
Feb 19, 2013

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Interests
Hiking, reading history, meeting with friends.
Books
The Last Duel, Pride of Carthage, Heart of Darkness, The Lone Survivor, Inferno.
Movies
Excalibur, Zulu, The Lord of the Rings trilogy, The King's Speech.
Music
Various instrumentals.
Quote
"Good thoughts, good words, good deeds."

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At 9:49pm on February 13, 2013, Herb Munson said…

Hey Sean. Welcome to The Great Debate. Great to have you with us!

 
 
 

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Daniel Rodriguez replied to Jack M.'s discussion What book do you think is worth re-reading and why?.
"I don't know what is it about the hobbit, but it does bring out that in people who read it. I got my Libraries ancient copy, on virtue of being the only one to read it again and again!"
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Regular Joe replied to East London Gent's discussion Girlfriends lies and temper
"She did you a favour. The only thing that will fix your feelings now is time. But you can alleviate them by surrounding yourself with friends, being socially active, trying out new things, etc. You're better off this way. And you're 90%…"
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William Reed replied to Jack M.'s discussion What book do you think is worth re-reading and why?.
"I didn't scroll through all the replies, but mine is the Hobbit. I've read it probably 8 times now. The only book I've ever read more than once. Believe it or not, it sparked my love of the outdoors :)"
18 minutes ago
Regular Joe replied to George Gibbs's discussion Where to Travel?
"If you plan on flying anywhere, that doesn't leave you with many options other than perhaps Central or South America. "
26 minutes ago
Steve Dallas replied to Will's discussion Moral relativism in the group The Great Debate
"I don't have to think of God and sure as shit don't have to think of a greatest human being. There is no otherwise, I just don't. Morality is merely the rules that society places on the individuals that reside within said society.…"
27 minutes ago
David F. replied to Rob --'s discussion 22 year old wanting a style change?
"Well said!"
33 minutes ago
David F. replied to Rob --'s discussion 22 year old wanting a style change?
"If you are buying clothing, go with dockers/chinos, dress shoes like brogues or a loafer of some sort. The cost for the pants is about the same, as it the cost in changing shoes."
37 minutes ago
David F. replied to Rob --'s discussion 22 year old wanting a style change?
"Almost any shoe goes with jeans these days.  Loafers/boat shoes is common with a polo shirt.  I like a nice set of brogues my self. "
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