Stop the madness, do not send double signals to our youth. Climbing the nobility mountain may seem insurmountable, but by God's grace it will be possible. In the book Power, Ambition and Glory written by Steve Forbes and John Devas, there is the record of a conversation between Socrates and his pupils. Socrates is asked by his pupils about what makes the best leader. He gave the flowing reply: "The man who steps forward in a time of need-motivated not by ego or financial gain but by a sense of duty to benefit the society to which he belongs-then when the task is completed, returns to his former life, no wealthier than when he began." Leaders in the society must engage in thought stimulation, but we must also engage in soul stimulation. An inspirational leader is what is required to save the country from the "myopicity" of ignoble characters. We cannot romanticise with prejudice and expect our children to resist negative peer pressure and the gangs. When a member from the opposing team scores a high-quality goal, we must applaud. That is nobility. When our enemy is ill, we must lovingly transport her to the hospital. That is nobility. When the neighbours are starving, we must feed them until they are back on their feet again. That is nobility. Dear Lord, I pray to you to grant us an overdose of nobility. Grant us self-control. Help us not to exploit the Achilles' heel of those who are our enemies. Grant us grace, strength, courage and humility.