Annie's enthusiasm about her family's upcoming spring vacation doesn't last when she learns her mother wants her to be a part-time sitter for her little cousins. Plato tries to explain how helping out can bring rewards, as shown in "The Line of Golden Light", or should at least bring joy, as it did to a knight in "St. George and the Dragon". Even the poem "Beautiful" reminds that the best kinds of people are those who give themselves to others. Written by
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"The Line of Golden Light" is not from the collection in William J. Bennett
's "The Book of Virtues" but its sequel "Moral Compass". See more
Aw, come on, Annie. Even I can be more selfless than that.
Oh, yeah? Then why don't you sit on that nest and give Aurora a break?
Wait, let's not go off the deep end.
[falls over the ledge
Your Selfless Heart
Composed by Stu Goldberg
and Susan Marder
Performed by Bobbi Page See more