Critique.docx - Brooks D(2015 April 11 The Moral Bucket List Retrieved from https\/www.nytimes.com\/opinion\/sunday\/david-brooks-the-moral-bucket-list.html

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Brooks, D. (2015, April 11). The Moral Bucket List. Retrieved from . Original Word Count: 7 pgs. Summary Word Count: 296 words Summary “The Moral Bucket List”, Brooks (2015) shares his feelings about individuals who make you feel valued and who possess the inner light and along with thinking of others rather than themselves. On a personal note, Brooks finds himself saddened by the idea that he has earned a decent level of success in his career but has never achieved the inner light or a generous spirit. Few years back, Brooks realized he wanted to be more like the kind hearted individuals and that he would have to work harder to save his own soul and be better in balancing his own life. Brooks set out to discover how these people were able to possess these kinds of characteristics. He came to a conclusion that “wonderful people are made, not born” (Brooks, 2015). The people Brooks admired had achieved unmakeable inner virtue, built by moral and
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