Adventures from the Book of Virtues

Finally, shows that teach moral lessons.
Finally, shows that teach moral lessons.

Added by Johnathan Storlie, PhD

When we teach our children to desire virtue above all else, they become courageous, honest, and just: Their actions make society a better place. When we teach our children to desire success above all else, they become calculating and their actions make society a worse place: For even in a very unjust society, a good person can be virtuous by standing against it, though it lead to his or he ruin, but the success-minded person will only seek to play the game of injustice more adeptly than his or her neighbor, making their society ever more deeply unjust.

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