A woman nicks a car with her shopping cart. No one sees. A ninth-grader struggling with an algebra exam glances up and sees another kid’s answers. The teacher isn’t paying attention. A commanding officer witnesses a friendly fire death in the chaos of battle. There are three witnesses who will do as he says.
The choices we make in such situations say a lot about our moral compass. Truth is, there’s always someone watching.
More in my new JenningsWire Podcast: Choices in the Dark.
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