The architecture of moral education was very clear to me. That the 5 responsibilities of service (volunteerism), honesty (truth), civility (obedience), kindness (mercy), participation (cooperation) and commitment (work) are based on the respect of the environment (property and creation), society (family, elders, others), religions and yourself. With these standards one can achieve not only effectiveness but also eclipse into greatness. We are taught “Life, Liberty and the Pursuit of Happiness” is our right by birth, when the bigger picture lies in our responsibilities first.
I appreciated the notes about cardinal virtues being built not legislated, a balance between the two extremes. That the buddy system forces bullies into roles, the value of a peer.
Unclear: I wanted to write the quotes from the walls of the hall, but didn’t have a chance to record them!