Gringo view: Have our moral compasses stopped working?

Our moral compasses can be defined as the values that inform our decision-making and define the direction for each of us. When we make critical judgments, when we decide what is true and what is false, we must rely as much or more on our moral compasses as on other indicators

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - (Opinion) Imagine a first-century mariner whose lodestone compass has ceased to function. He is suddenly dependent solely on the heavens for his navigation in a world in which little has yet been discovered and accurate maps do not yet exist. He is alone in a mysterious universe with only the stars and his intuition to guide him. Will he survive?

Two years into the Covid-19 pandemic and despite the encouraging statistics showing a real decline in infections, more and more people throughout the world appear to be in the doldrums. I’m one of . . .

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