DEFINITION OF A REAL MAN
(by R. NelsonValentine)

One who has self-confidence but does not show it.
One who can be courteous in the face of discourtesy.
One who keeps his word, his temper and his friends.
One who wins respect by being respectable and respectful.
One who has a steady eye, a steady nerve, a steady tongue and steady habits.
One who is silent when he has nothing to say.
One who is calm when he judges and humble when he misjudges.



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