by David Brooks When you meet someone that truly inspires you and you deeply admire, many people may wonder how this individual became such an upstanding person. David Brooks, an author for the The New York Times, wondered this same thing when he came across people in his life that radiated goodness, gratitude and virtue. Brooks came to the conclusion that …
Whether we’re talking politics or instructing our kids, we should use restraint in expressing MORAL JUDGEMENT. And we should do so in a way that promotes respect, reflection and discourse rather than resentment, resistance and disagreement.
It doesn’t matter what road you take if your good sense and good values are your compass. You can’t get lost when you have your moral compass.
Courage comes in different forms. Most often, we think of physical courage or bravery. That’s the kind of courage demonstrated by those who risked their