Serving Tash

If anyone says he does what is right, remember that the test of this is not how loudly he claims it, or how many followers he has; how much praise, but his ability to do good transparently and consistently, even to his enemies. I was recently reminded of a C.S. Lewis quote from The LastContinue reading “Serving Tash”

Ethics and the golden rule

I have a new theory: even those out to destroy have good reasons for doing what they do, precisely because “good” is often a matter of opinion, and situational ethics thrive best in complex situations. Lying, for example. People justify it all sorts of ways: if they tell the truth, someone else gets hurt. IfContinue reading “Ethics and the golden rule”