Linking up with Sarah at Amongst Lovely Things for Weekends with Chesterton. The following is from What's Wrong with the World:
Public abuses are so prominent and pestilent that they sweep all generous people into a sort of fictitious unanimity. We forget that, while we agree about the abuses of things, we should differ very much about the uses of them.
What is wrong [with the world] is that we do not ask what is right.
This is exactly why it's so important to expose ourselves and our children to the True, the Good and the Beautiful: if they don't have a standard to measure themselves against then everything becomes relative and anything goes.