Is it possible for a person to achieve moral perfection explain your answer?

Is it possible for a person to achieve moral perfection explain your answer?

No one has the same goals and needs as others might do, you are the one who knows what you need to achieve moral perfection. So the answer to the question is yes, we all can achieve moral perfection, but you do not need the 13 virtues to do so. You are the one that determines your life not Ben Franklin.

Which Franklin value is more reliable?

What more reliable value would Franklin say a person can successfully “live upon”? I would say that Franklin might think that hard work and dedication would be something more reliable for someone to “live upon”.

What profession does Ben Franklin’s father initially decide for him and who does he want his son to study with what career path does his father want him to pursue?

He wants his son to be in ministry but could not afford it so he went to grammar and arithmetic school after. He wanted him to study with Cotton Mather. What does Franklin receive from the baker in Philadelphia and what charitable act does he perform after receiving this item?

Why is there a hole in the Old Farmer’s Almanac?

So, the hole will allow you to put a string through the Almanac, and put it around your belt and take it to the garden; you can attach it to your backpack; or tie it around your telescope. In fact, you can take it just about anywhere!

Who owns the Farmer’s Almanac?

Farmers’ Almanac

Cover of the 2019 Farmers’ Almanac
Editor Managing Editor Peter Geiger Sandi Duncan
Publisher Almanac Publishing Company
First issue 1818
Company Geiger

What kind of winter will we have 2020?

November 2020 to October 2021. Winter will be colder than normal in the north and warmer in the south, with above-normal precipitation and snowfall. The coldest periods will be in mid-December and mid-January, with the snowiest periods in mid-December, early January, and early to mid-March.

Are old farmers almanacs worth anything?

Because almanacs were useful reference books for homes, it is not uncommon to come across “old” copies. Certainly, a Poor Richard’s Almanac (Ben Franklin) might have value but almanacs are not as valuable as one might expect. Again, much like a coin, it depends on the year and condition.

How accurate is the Old Farmers Almanac?

80 to 85 percent