• People can become addicted to fame, money, and attention as deeply as they become addicted to drugs

    Dennis Prager
  • Whatever one does for a living, three questions need to be confronted before it is too late: What really matters to me? What price do my spouse and kids pay for my career success? What price does my soul pay?

    Dennis Prager
  • Compromise, while at times morally necessary or at least justifiable, is more often only the first permission for a person (or society) to begin a long downhill descent

    Dennis Prager
  • if you do not share the universities' values, it could be a big mistake to send your children to college before they are intellectually and morally prepared for the indoctrination-rather-than-education they will receive there. Therefore, prepare them morally and intellectually and, if possible, do not send them to college right after high school. Let them work for a year, or perhaps travel (for example, given the antipathy to Israel on campuses, a trip to Israel would be both morally clarifying and maturing). The younger the student, the less life experience and maturity they have, the more they are likely to embrace the rejection of your values

    Dennis Prager
  • To receive children’s love and to come home to a child who runs to you with a hug, among the most powerful emotional experiences available

    Dennis Prager
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