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A Phi Tau Man
Terms in this set (15)
Thinks 'we' and not 'I.'
Should be able to listen as well as talk to anyone in the Fraternity.
Should be able to give of himself without expecting something in return.
Is someone who always has a smile and a positive comment for a brother.
Can, at times, put his brothers' needs before his own.
Has great pride and respect in this family of men and what it stands for.
Can laugh, talk and cry with a brother as a true part of that person.
Has peace of mind and attempts to convey it to others.
Is someone who tries to make another person's life a little easier each
Is a unique individual, yet contains the ideals of our brotherhood with individuality.
Doesn't have to be asked to do something because he's already done it or
- volunteered to do it.
Enlightens and guides the brotherhood spiritually and morally.
Looks to the past, present and future of the Fraternity.
Is looked up to for strength by other brothers and sets a good example.
May be called a catalyst.
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