What can a deceptively simple mobile phone game tell us about individual liberty and social responsibility?
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It’s one thing to have high expectations of our children, but quite another to apply standards at odds with their development, temperament, and cognitive capacity.
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It seems like rudeness has reached epidemic proportions. People seem to have forgotten that good manners are the foundation of a good society. There are larger systemic reasons for this behavior, but we all can still do our part.
Here is an inspiring example of standing up for and teaching the importance of character-building in the context of a high school football team.