Chapter 21, Prowess

We recognize Prowess to mean Skill in a given undertaking. Whether it be a martial art, a sport, or a profession. As we often note, this particular virtue is not realized so much in its attainment, as it is in the striving after it. It occurs to us that this Virtue, like some others, is supported by other virtues such as Dilligence and Honesty. We also briefly touch on the dual nature of Renown and Infamy.

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