prudent • \PROO-dunt\ • adjective. 1 : marked by wisdom or judiciousness 2 : shrewd in the management of practical affairs 3 : cautious, discreet 4 : thrifty, frugal. Examples: The couple's financial advisor helped them devise a prudent investment strategy. "
The definition of prudent is someone who has good judgment and is careful and practical. An example of prudent is someone who consults with a financial advisor before investing money.
If you show good and careful judgment when handling practical matters, you can be described as prudent. Similarly, a wise and well-thought-through decision or action can be called prudent.
Prudence is the perfection of reason, or, the perfection of the natural capacity of the soul to see reality as it is. More than just a view of the physical reality around and about us, prudence sees the spiritual and relational reality around us. Another way to describe prudence is discernment.
A prudent wife also possesses practical intelligence. She is a woman who thinks ahead (Prov. 10:5). Rather than simply reacting emotionally to her circumstances or being surprised by natural consequences, she anticipates them and prepares accordingly.
Prudence means being careful about your choices, stopping and thinking before acting. It is a strength of restraint. When you are prudent, you are not taking unnecessary risks, and not saying or doing things that you might later regret.
wise or judicious in practical affairs; discreet or circumspect; sagacious; sober. careful in providing for the future; provident: a prudent decision.
Three Parts of Prudent Decision Making
Being prudent means you understand priorities, what's important in the long term and what behaviors make all this happen. Leaders who understand how to make the right call in all situations take on the persona of a wise leader.
Prudence gives us the ability to pursue correct action in various situations. A person faced with a decision considers various ways morally to achieve a desired end. First, he or she deliberates about how to achieve the end.
COUNSEL. Counsel, the third gift of the Holy Spirit, is the perfection of the cardinal virtue of prudence. Prudence can be practiced by anyone, but counsel is supernatural. Through this gift of the Holy Spirit, we are able to judge how best to act almost by intuition.
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Wisdom (noun): Knowledge of what is true or right, coupled with just judgment as to action. Prudence (noun): Caution with regard to practical matters; discretion; or provident care in the management of resources.
San Prudencio (Spanish for "Saint Prudence") was a Spanish anchorite and cleric who was bishop over Tarazona. He has been the patron saint of Nájera and Álava since the mid-17th century. His festival is on 28 April.
Prudence is a virtue name, both philosophically as well as religiously. It's one of the four fundamental virtues of ancient Greek philosophy (Prudence, Justice, Temperance and Fortitude) as well as one of the Seven Catholic Virtues (Faith, Hope, Charity, Prudence, Justice, Temperance and Courage).
Martin de Porres
|Saint Martin de Porres OP|
|Venerated in||Roman Catholic Church, Lutheran Church, Anglican Communion|
|Beatified||29 October 1837 by Pope Gregory XVI|
|Canonized||6 May 1962, by Pope John XXIII|
|Major shrine||Basilica and Convent of Santo Domingo, Lima, Peru|
Saint Florentina (died ca. 612) is venerated as a saint by the Catholic Church.
St Florence probably derives its name from St Florent, to whom the church is dedicated. St Florent is commemorated in Saumur in the Loire Valley, an area with which Arnulph de Montgomery, the Norman conqueror of South Pembrokeshire, is associated.
Let temperance grow in me and lead me to discover other virtues that bring deeper union with you. In your sacred name, I pray. Temper my desires, O Lord, and turn my focus towards you. Deliver me from the tendency to go to extremes that strain both body and soul.
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