Monday, April 8, 2013

Moral Compass

Many people claim to have a solid “moral north,” like an internal moral compass. Some call this our conscience and others merely “personal integrity.” However, just as a compass’ ability to point to true north can be easily compromised using a magnet, many people’s moral compass can be compromised by the strong magnetic forces of peer pressure and personal enticements. Both of these forces have had well-publicized effects on political, sports and corporate figures, but no one is exempt.

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