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Which Characteristic?

Out of all these, which do you think is the most important to have as a President?

ADAPTABILITY

APPRECIATION 

ATTENTIVENESS

AVAILABILITY  

COMMITMENT  

 COMPASSION

CONCERN  

CONFIDENCE

CONSIDERATION

CONSISTENCY

CONTENTMENT

COOPERATION

COURAGE

CREATIVITY

DECISIVENESS

DEFERENCE

DEPENDABILITY

DETERMINATION

DILIGENCE 

DISCERNMENT

DISCRETION

EFFICIENCY  

EQUITABILITY

FAIRNESS

FAITHFULNESS 

FEARLESSNESS 

FLEXIBILITY

GENEROSITY

GENTLENESS

GRATITUDE

HONESTY

HUMILITY 

INTEGRITY 

JOYFULNESS

KINDNESS 

LOVE

LOYALTY

MEEKNESS

MERCIFULNESS 

OBSERVANCE

OPTIMISM

PATIENCE

PEACEFULNESS

PERSEVERANCE  

PERSISTENCE  

PERSUASIVENESS

PRUDENCE

PUNCTUALITY

PURPOSE

RESOURCEFULNESS

RESPECT  

RESPONSIBILITY

SECURITY  

SELF-CONTROL

SINCERITY

SUBMISSIVENESS

TACTFULNESS 

TEMPERANCE

THOROUGHNESS 

THRIFTINESS  

TOLERANCE

TRUSTWORTHINESS

TRUTHFULNESS

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September 1, 2007 - Posted by | Politics

5 Comments »

  1. I think that integrity would be the one. I sums up a lot of the others. Plus, God is truth, and to be like Him is to be truly successful in whatever you do in life.

    This is a great question Betsy!

    Jairus

    Comment by Jairus | September 1, 2007 | Reply

  2. I thought the list would never end! My first choice was integrity for the same reasons that Jairus noted, but then I decided that meekness was the most important. Meekness of spirit, in reference to the Beatitudes, implies a complete dependence on God, and I think that is by far the most crucial characteristic trait to have as president.

    Molly
    Luke 10:2

    Comment by Molly | September 3, 2007 | Reply

  3. Where is wisdom on this list?

    Comment by Elyse | September 3, 2007 | Reply

  4. Um… It’s not there, but certainly one to note.

    Comment by Betsy | September 3, 2007 | Reply

  5. I would agree with Jairus . . . integrity is probably the characteristic that best “summarizes” all of the other characteristics.

    . . . and I think our presidents today need a lot of courage- especially our current president. It is important to be able to stand alone for what you believe is right. (not as in being stubborn)

    Amy

    Comment by Amy | September 6, 2007 | Reply


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