<p style='text-align: justify;'>Viewing a diary as a means to reflect on behavioural flaws, Eduard Kaiser gives Heinrich advice about the questions he might ask himself every day to organise his thoughts and lend the diary structure. Kaiser is concerned to stress to Heinrich the importance of virtuous behaviour, encouraging him to curb his self-righteous manner and his vehement temper in his interactions with his siblings, and not only to avoid doing bad things, or good things that come easy to him, but to seek out opportunities to do good even if, or especially if, they are difficult. </p>
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