The Good Samaritan - Does Human Conscience Still Exist?

Written by C. Bailey-Lloyd/LadyCamelot

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Mr. Lipset asksrepparttar political and moral questions that (many of us) fail to recognizerepparttar 132264 answers are both prophetic and truistic in nature. Selected byrepparttar 132265 first Great Seal committee in 1776, "E Pluribus Unum." wasrepparttar 132266 National Motto ofrepparttar 132267 United States of America - which translated from Latin, means "From many, one." In other words, United, We Stand."

A firm representation of human conscienceness was never better relayed than throughrepparttar 132268 words of Abraham Lincoln's second innaugural address: "...With malice toward none, with charity for all, with firmness inrepparttar 132269 right as God gives us to seerepparttar 132270 right, let us strive on to finishrepparttar 132271 work we are in, to bind uprepparttar 132272 nation's wounds, to care for him who shall have bornerepparttar 132273 battle and for his widow and his orphan, to do all which may achieve and cherish a just and lasting peace among ourselves and with all nations."

Is it that peace and compassion go hand in hand? Or do we, as a country, continue to walkrepparttar 132274 path of separation and strife? Aesop's Fable, 'The Eagle andrepparttar 132275 Arrow,' paints a future depiction of present-day society. Its translative moral is as follows: "We often give our enemiesrepparttar 132276 means for our own destruction."

In closing, does Human conscience still exist? Yes,repparttar 132277 good news is that many of us still believe in compassion, peace, hope and sincerity. If we can manage to manifest mutual feelings and actions of brotherly love, and good will toward all men, then holistically speaking, we will have alteredrepparttar 132278 course of not only our national destiny, butrepparttar 132279 positive fate ofrepparttar 132280 world as well.

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4. TIMING The timing may seem off between gestures and words. Ifrepparttar facial expression comes afterrepparttar 132262 verbal statement ("I am so angry with you right now" ... pause ... and thenrepparttar 132263 angry expression), it provides further evidence of potential deceit.

5. EXPRESSIONS In some cases a liar's gesture or facial expression won't always match their words. Examples such as frowning when saying "I love you" or tightly clenched fists while stating appreciation or pleasure spring to mind.

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