Rejecting virtue is violent to the core

Rejecting virtue is violent to the core

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… When one’s inner moral core is not toughened up with virtue and self-sacrifice, the result is chaos—violence toward one’s self, cruelty toward others including the commission of abortion against one’s own child, and an innate disregard for human dignity within and without.

A commentary by Judie Brown, President and founder of American Life League and a three-time appointee to the Pontifical Academy for Life.

Any ideas on what we can do to help our fellow citizens to toughen up with virtue and self-sacrifice?

Good set of points.

Set the example (quietly), prayer, sacrifice.

In our friendships…we can exhibit virtue…people are,naturally at acted to virtue.

Our friends may ask how we stay cheerful amid the difficulties we face…

Everyone must make their own choices to be virtuous. Virtue is a good habit that has developed over a long period of time. It is the daily choices of a person that make them virtuous over the long run.

The best you can do is to be a good friend. We tend to be like those with whom we surround ourselves. If your friends are virtuous you tend to act more virtuous, if they are more vicious you tend to toward viciousness.

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