Sunday, February 10, 2008

Character Counts is for Kids

The Pillars of Character Counts represent
a widely recognized, accepted and respected
code of ethical conduct;

a code which can be enforced upon children and others
too weak to assert their own authority.

It is a roundly rejected standard of conduct for adults
who have the wherewithal to except themselves from
accountability to it, or to any other standard of conduct.

A childhood belief in;
honest accountability to meaningful standards of conduct

is much like believing in Santa Claus, the tooth fairy,
and the story about George Washington and the cherry tree.

You grow out of it.

1 comment:

Anonymous said...


Check out APS's bait and switch investigative report on channel KOAT. Both Linda Sink and Andy Trybus refused to be interviewed!