I like how to stop the spread of immorality involves a commitment to others, choosing wisely one's associates and friends, and having a honor code. With that in mind, one should pause and think about one's actions and how it influences others. Recently, a group in my University was given a specific task; one of the members was strict to the point of kicking out another member because, in his mind, the other one was not doing much of the work. In turns out they were close friends, but the one kicked out was going through a rough time. So, in hearing this dilemma, what would have been the right decision?
It got me thinking...
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