What is the vision of your character? | Teaching Self-Government

What is the vision of your character?

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My favorite quote from this Gem is this:

"We need to start by forming a vision of what we want our characters to be, and our children need to have the opportunity to form that vision about themselves as well. And then they need to learn how to act. This is done by modeling. If we have a vision of what our character is going to be [then they will have a vision of what they want their characters to be.]"