Pretty fantastic, huh?
Unfortunate, that text was closely followed by this one.
In truth, demand is far more important than supply: We get more of what we signal we want through our dollars, clicks and votes. If our politics are too often poisonous, it is because, as a society, we are demanding too much poison. If we want to grow in virtue, and experience a healthier, more productive political environment, each of us must demand more virtue.We should ask ourselves: What will my next click say about my desires? Will the next article about politics I read elevate me? Or will it be a pathogen that provides momentary satisfaction from an eloquent insult to my enemies, but ultimately fuels personal bitterness and increases the climate of acrimony in America? Can I pass it by instead and seek personal moral improvement?
|Pile of leaves she raked. Isa.|
|Halloween scarecrow. Rosie.|
|Red tree in Washington D.C. George.|
|A wet day at the market in China. Connie.|
|Beneath a neighbor's tree. Sylvia.|
|Pleasant Valley Nursery. Annette.|
|Yard Waste Bags. Bruce.|
|Charcoal grill on the back patio. Eron.|
|Halloween Decoration & Shadow. Kate.|
|Fall trees in Essex. Rose.|
|Unloading harvest near Sidney. Rose.|