Moral shame tips the scales in favor of an individual making correct moral decisions from the appropriate motivations more frequently. One role of moral education, therefore, is to help develop an appropriate sense of shame by making the student aware of the shamefulness of bad behavior. The problem with virtue is that it is unlikely anyone could cultivate it completely in practice, in the sense that we could find someone who always is able to resist his inclination towards happiness in any and all circumstances. Kant claims that this end point can be reached with supernatural cooperation, that is, when this "endless progress" towards virtue is seen as a "unity" from the vantage point of God. One solution is to abandon Kant's concept of the highest good in its entirety. When it comes to the discussion in his moral theory, Kant's inclusion of happiness is a bit mystifying.