Character Counts - A society cannot survive the collapse of its citizens morality

“A society can survive the collapse of its economy, but not of its citizens’ morality. An America that emphasized character development in its public and private spheres was able to survive the poverty of the Great Depression. A vastly wealthier America that neglects character development is steadily sinking. And this neglect can be attributed in large part to the widespread belief that people are basically good and the destructive beliefs that accompany it.”

Excerpt From – Think a Second Time  by Dennis Prager