Today’s read is from well-known conservative Dennis Prager. Here’s an excerpt:
Throughout American history until the post-World War II era, had you asked almost any American what constitutes living a good life, he or she would have offered any or all of these five responses:
No. 1: Developing one’s moral character.
No. 2: Getting married and making a good family.
No. 3. Taking care of one’s family, especially one’s parents.
No. 4. Going to church (or synagogue).
No. 5. Taking care of the poor in one’s community, usually by joining a service organization such as a church charity, a Kiwanis, Lions or Rotary Club.
My suspicion is that if one were to ask young people today, and certainly anyone on the left, you would not receive any of those five responses.
Read the entire column here.