Word of the Day: Virtue

/ˈvərCHo͞o/, noun: 1. behavior showing moral excellence; goodness, “Sacrifice, devotion, honor, truth, sincerity, love—these are the homely virtues characteristic of good, old-fashioned homes.” Paul Harris, My Road to RotaryForgiveness is a virtue of the brave.” Indira Gandhi 2. the ability to produce a desired or intended result, “Some rise by sin, and some by virtue fall.” William Shakespeare, Measure for Measure 3. derive some credit or benefit from an unwelcome obligation (to make the best of a bad situation). “To make a virtue of necessity.” Roman Proverb Photo from the Rattlesnake Run put on by the Rotary Club of San Antonio