I wonder, if we had more parents committed to their marriage for life, whether we wouldn't have more happy, confident, secure children.
I wonder, if we had more parents who prayed for and with their children, whether we wouldn't have less violence in our schools and communities.
I wonder, if we had more interested adults who would give of their time and love to children, whether we wouldn't have more young adults with a sense of self-worth and of being cared about.
I wonder, if we had more people who honored God rather than finding fault with those who do, whether our world wouldn't be more peaceful and loving.
I wonder, if we had more teachers who gave of their time and energy outside the classroom to help children and teens develop into people of integrity and honesty, whether we wouldn't have fewer shoplifters and more leaders in the coming years.
I wonder, if we had less organizations trying to bully a community into thinking that God has no place in our children's lives, whether we might not have greater opportunity for good in the development of our youth.
I wonder, if a teacher or other adult would have stepped into the life of Calvin Dixson to let him know that he is loved by God and someone sacrificed his life for him, whether today his life and those of many others wouldn't be different.