Editor’s Note: Believe it, or not, we do get letters here at The Club occasionally. This one was of particular interest, so after some tweaking we decided to run it as a post (with the letter writer’s consent, of course). Hopefully you’ll find it of equal interest.
Growing up we are taught to distinguish right from wrong. When we’re young this is easy. For example it’s wrong to hit your friend if he steals your crayon. It’s wrong to cheat on your college final. But as we become an adult right from wrong is no longer black and white. We start to factor in consequences and how they may affect people, especially when it comes to our career. Continue reading