28. Changing Hearts to Building Virtue

How far that little candle throws its beams! So shines a good deed in a naughty world.

-William Shakespeare

What can we do to brighten our world? How can we light the candle that shines a light onto the beams of our world? Can we light this room?

I think there is a chance to do better in this world and create a better, more peaceful world for all. It begins with the individual. We must look inside to fix ourselves and our hearts. Then, we must fix our thoughts, then words, actions, and habits. As we come to the point of building positive habits, we can create within ourselves a virtuous character.

As we do so, the world becomes brighter as well. It is by displaying virtue that others see the fruit of virtuousness, and converts are won.

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