Tuesday, April 19, 2016

A Guardian Op Ed

Yesterday Peter Ormerod offered an opinion that appeared in the Guardian. Life in an imperfect world demands endlessly sifting among choices. At times prudent choices are not always beyond the human imperfections. One of them finds fault with every choice.

Mr. Ormerod reflected on Pope Francis’ “gesture” to provide homes for three Syrian refugee-families: “I’d like to say to the naysayer: …beware of creating a culture in which the rewards are greater for doing nothing bad than they are for doing something good.” 
Wiki-image of Coat of Arms of Pope Francis by Stemma del Santo Padre Francesco CC BY-SA 3.0

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