Category Archives: Moral Reasoning

Driving in Lebanon as poetic justice

I’m writing this because the words need to come out somehow. ‘You silly driver. You annoyed the cars in all the lanes around you. From Sassine to Sodeco, all you did was creep from lane to lane. Honking with your … Continue reading

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It’s all in the shoe…invade it! Don’t play MAD!

We always hear about the need to feel with others and walk a mile in their shoes, but how many of us can actually visualize what this entails? Not such an easy process. Picture this, literally, since Hala H. Hassan … Continue reading

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I will NOT play MAD!

MAD – Mutually Assured Destruction. I can’t believe this is considered a military “strategy.” When peoples’ lives are in the balance, this isn’t a game, this isn’t a strategy. It’s pure destruction with peoples’ hopes, dreams, and lives being used … Continue reading

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Creating monsters…and then complaining when they groan!

Philip Zimbardo talks about The Lucifer Effect, or understanding how good people turn evil. The process is actually easier than you think. Recipe: frustrated individuals with no visible means of changing their circumstances political/religious leaders who add fuel to fire … Continue reading

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