In this day and age of ethical collapse and adjustable social moralities we must all look carefully at the carnage and decide what’s wrong and/or right about all the daily battles between personal conscience
and need. Many may yearn for the days gone by when people waved at each other, even strangers, when riding by on our horses or taking the time to ask someone if they needed a hand with that busted wagon wheel. It was a matter of survival then when communities had to stick together to survive harsh winters and hurricanes or some such, I imagine. In the time before fire departments and hospitals your neighbor and townsfolk were an important lifeline not to be taken lightly.
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