Civility

Civility:

Polite, reasonable and respectful behavior, small actions that lead to respect for others and skillfully applied behaviors that lead to positive working relationships and environments.

Civility is essential for the success of any society. It is grounded in respect and in an attitude of inclusiveness. When we practice civility, we remind ourselves about the impact of our actions on others while contributing to the well-being of our family, community and society at large. Civility advocates for treating others as you would want them to treat you.

 

Resources:

Masonic Family Civility Program is a site to help share resources and ideas for restoring civility in our society utilizing the Masonic values, tenets, language and working tools. http://www.masoniccivility.org/

George Washington’s Rules of Civility: http://www.foundationsmag.com/civility.html

31 Day Civility Challenge: https://www.civilityexperts.com/blog/are-you-up-for-the-31-day-civility-challenge/