Revised (March, 2016) this summary of David Brooks' Road to Character tackles cultural and personal morals and how these have evolved over time. Some virtues, which were regarded as poor and unacceptable, are now widely accepted. In the end, despite the degradation of morality, there is still a way to redeem oneself and develop a character which rises above whatever material possessions one can have on earth.
The book contains concise biographies from people, whom the author believes to have lived a life of character. The story details the life of each person from childhood to death; highlighting the struggles and challenges they faced including how they uphold their life with character. The featured biographies show a holistic character-driven life, that is, to emulate character physically, emotionally, mentally, spiritually and in thoughts, words, and actions. Most stories feature difficulties as pivotal point to the road to character.
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