The good of man, happiness, is some kind of activity of the soul in conformity with virtue. Aristotle
It was a moment like none I’d ever seen before. I was watching the team some of my high school students and two of my grandsons play for. Our team was ahead–significantly.
Then two players collided. The official blew his whistle. But the player on the other team jumped up. “It was clean,” he shouted.
The game resumed without a penalty.
A smattering of applause arose from fans of both teams.
A few nights later, we attended an away game just an hour away. Several of our team’s best players were banged up and sat on the bench. The rest of the team was out on the field struggling. Losing–significantly. Continue Reading…