Most of us work hard to resolve the never ending "either/or" dilemmas of our lives. But what if a central lesson for all people was to learn instead to embrace many of these paradoxes? In this book, a university president speaks to his students using everyday events from the campus and his personal life urging them to pursue the deep moral virtues that comprise our character; patience, trust, hope, grace, vision and more. To do this he tells them to consider many points of view, choose passionately, but continue openly humble. As a lifetime follower of Jesus, the author exhorts his students and his readers to remember that now we see through a glass darkly, but one day face to face.