Courage is a state or quality of mind or spirit that enables one to stand and admit wrong doings and mistakes. It is a fundamental emotional and activating principle determining one’s character, especially when one is being asked to own up and spill the beans.

I believe that when one commits mistakes, one must have the courage to stand and answer for his actions. One must feel remorseful and guilty of the actions and more so if it involves innocent parties.

The question: Do you think majority of the teenagers out there have the correct attitude and moral courage to admit mistakes? More importantly, do they feel remorseful for what they have done?