New York Times Op Ed columnist David Brooks has been teaching Yale students a class on morals. It’s been quite an eye-opener. In the race to the top, have we lost sight of ourselves? In the intense pressure to out-perform our peers, are we stiffling our inner lives? Join him for a talk that’s both uplifting and grounding, as he identifies the qualities that define moral geniuses—remarkable people who lived their lives in the real world, yet cultivated an inner life of admirable self-reflection and character development. What part does religious belief play in morality? Can you be a moral genius without faith in God?