Journal entry week 6

Journal entry week 6 - (in school, business, etc.) is not...

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Will Cliff 5/6/10 Discussion Section: Friday 2-2:50 Week 6 Response The moral of the story of when Faustin did not back down from the police on the bridge is perhaps one of the most important morals I have taken away from this class. That moral is not allowing others unjust actions to instill fear in oneself—especially when standing up for ones rights. Even in a country like the Congo where the police can get away with anything, Faustin exercised this intelligent, fearless potential to get power abusing people to do what he needs them to do. Throughout this class I’ve realized that intelligence as the world knows it today
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Unformatted text preview: (in school, business, etc.) is not completely necessary to get what is needed throughout life. Acting fearlessly on ones beliefs and protecting human rights through moral actions is all one needs attain happiness and the ablility to help others. Faustin, while he too sounds very intelligent, acted fearlessly purely on his morals and got a group of power abusing policeman in one of the most dangerous parts of the world to act justly and let them cross the bridge without any problems....
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