We are creating a new impossible perfection that may very well be significantly worse than the old one. The old version at least had some redeeming notions – family structure, decorum and manners. The new version comes only with derisiveness and malice.
If we raise a generation devoid of the ability to openly make mistakes and then learn from them, we will raise a generation devoid of humility. A generation devoid of humility is a generation devoid of compassion.
In our quest to find the ultimate tolerance, we have ultimately become crushingly intolerant. When we cannot tolerate even the whisper of a poor thought or an offensive idea what we are really saying is that we cannot tolerate thinking, and thinking is what separates us from the animal kingdom. We are making animals of ourselves instead of evolving.
Proverbs 15:10 tells us, “He who hates correction will die.” We are asking ourselves to erase all of our mistakes so we can live without correction. That is a death sentence and it isn’t hard to see the results all around us – the death of wisdom, the death of common sense, the death of fortitude. https://www.redstate.com/kiradavis/2020/06/30/kira-davis-the-rise-of-perfection-is-the-death-of-correction/
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