This pin makes the rounds from time to time, and I always feel compelled to point out that this is the problem with the judeo-christian ethic right THERE. No. You do the right thing because it is the right thing to do. There is no reward involved, no heaven, it doesn't make you a hero. You should naturally want to treat people fairly, because to do otherwise would inflict needless suffering. For a decent human being, that is enough.
This ideology should be applied to everything. Socialism tells us we should involuntarily give away so those who are poor (but also lazy) should have enough. We need not to force others to give, but voluntarily give to those who can't do it on their own.
Chapter 23: Everyone but Atticus is worried about Bob Ewell wanting to get even for making him look like a fool in court. Scout, is now furious because of Aunt Alexsandras reaction to her wanting to invite a Cunningham over, to calm her down Jem shows her his chest hair that is hardly visible. Tom is moved to another prison, Atticus in confident about Tom winning.
Love like I'm not scared Give when it's not fair Live life for another Take time for a brother Fight for the weak ones Speak out for freedom Find faith in the battle Stand tall but above it all Fix my eyes on you - For King and Country | Sarah made this with Spoken.ly