According to Aristotle, a virtue is a trait of character that is manifested in habitual action. For example, a virtuous person is someone who is generous on a regular basis, not because s/he wants to gain favor with others or because being generous is the right thing to do, but rather because that is the sort of person s/he is.
From the perspective of virtue ethics, one becomes good by doing good, and once one becomes good, one will continue to do good, since one is good.
In this clip, Everlast sings that he has seen:
a good man sin;
an honest man lie.
From the perspective of virtue ethics, do (1) and (2) make sense?