This Dark Age

A manual for life in the modern world.

By Daniel Schwindt


Diligence is the third of the cognitive dispositions. Diligence concerns the ability to face the unexpected with objectivity in order to turn every situation to the service of good, overcoming the temptation of intemperance, injustice, and cowardice.[1]

[1] ST II-II, q. 49, a. 4.

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