The True Meaning Of Nobility

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My oldest son and I watched a movie from his great collection Robin Hood Prince of Thieves. There is a great quote in the movie which I was eager to use this week where Kevin Costner playing Robin Hood says, Nobility is not a birth-right; it is defined by ones actions.

The term Nobility refers to people who were “known” or “notable” and the word was applied to the highest social classes in medieval times. One had to be born into families of the upper classes to be considered a noble. Because those of nobility were also wealthy, they could afford the best of everything the world had to offer including education. Those who were noble were expected to act noble. But as is the case with all societies throughout history, those of noble birth seldom acted nobly.

In the classic movie Robin Hood, a once young prince of such a noble class found himself imprisoned by the enemy in Jerusalem for fighting on Englands side in the holy wars. After escaping he returned home only to find his property and family destroyed by the greedy sheriff of Nottingham who has misused his appointment to gain riches in the Kings absence. Robin of Locksley soon gathers a...

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