The meaning of CAL

CAL is an abbreviation for “calligraphy,” the Greek word for

“beautiful writing.” It is not just an art of fancy lettering but the art of training our brain and purifying our heart. It may even be the art of christening our heart and listening to our conscience.

CAL = Calligraphers and Laureates

We can also say that CAL means “Calligraphers and Laureates.” We understand that Socrates believed the best way to live was to focus on self-development rather than the pursuit of material wealth. He always tried to concentrate more on friendships and a compassionate community, for Socrates felt this was the best way for people to peacefully live together and his actions lived up to his belief.

Socrates stressed that virtue was the most valuable of all possessions, which means the ideal life was spent in search of the Good. These virtues represent the most important qualities for a person to have, foremost of which are philosophical or intellectual virtues, for we know that the more ignorant, the more arrogant.

In the same way, Confucius said, "determined scholars and people of virtue will not seek to live at the expense of injuring their virtue. They will even sacrifice their lives to completely preserve their virtue."


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