Franklin’s wisdom for US: Do goodness every day.
Franklin had his own self-improvement project to improve his goodness. He identified thirteen virtues and attempted to make each of them habits.
As part of his daily ritual, he would ask himself the leading question in the morning to establish his focus and the concluding question in the evening to confirm he had delivered on his goodness goal.
You can read more about his approach here: https://franklinpapers.org/yale?vol=50&page=009a.
Goodness is good for us. And it is necessary to maintain a country of liberty and justice for all.
Franklin’s call to action for US: Do goodness every day. Instill goodness in government.
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“The Morning Question, What Good shall I do this day? Evening Question, What Good have I done today?”