So says David Brooks in this beautiful piece in the New York Times which is as fine an anthem for virtue formation as I have yet read. You’ve probably seen it already and committed it to memory but on the off-chance you missed it:

College grads are often sent out into the world amid rapturous talk of limitless possibilities. But this talk is of no help to the central business of adulthood, finding serious things to tie yourself down to.

Your Correspondent, Enjoying the free ride of grace