This is a world of grey/gray and brown.
None of us are good. And even in the worst, somewhere there is a tiny bit of goodness left.
What is more as the First Nations proverb goes:
Do not judge a person until you have walked a mile in their moccasins.
Do any of us really know what we would be capable of doing to save the lives of those we love? The answer to that is…very few. And we should be eternally grateful that we have not faced those types of choices.
Some of these people are facing decisions that no one should ever have to. But the truth is that we all face tough choices in our lives every single day. And none of us get it 100% right.
But this attitude of some ‘sins’ being worse than others is a slippery slope, folks. Murder is wrong…except in defense of self or others? Anyone who watched the Dexter TV series recognizes the complexities of that one. As both Roberto and Gerald pointed out many companies are doing things just as bad…everyday. And getting away with it.
This world has enough judgment and hate in it. It is my deepest hope that these stories will be a blueprint for reconciliation and restoration. That is what this world needs now more than ever.
Goddess bless you all,