Should one person be punished or rewarded because of something someone else has done?
No, because we are an individual and we have responsibilities in the society we are living in as an individual not a group. Imagine if you can pin somebody if you kill someone.
by Emile R2 years ago
There's two sayings. No good deed goes unrewarded and no good deed goes unpunished. I don't have evidence that either is true.I handed a homeless woman money on the way home from work yesterday and I got to thinking...
by Frank P. Crane4 years ago
If good deeds were immediately rewarded and bad deeds promptly punished would life be better?I ofter hear judgements about whether a matter or good or bad rendered on the basis of outcomes. Such judgments assume a...
by Jill Kostowskie7 years ago
Let me start by saying I have 2 children of my own, a girl age 9 and a boy age 6, my fiance has a boy age 9, and togethter we have a 2 1/2 year old. We find ourselves at odds alot of the time about punishments...
by Threekeys2 weeks ago
With the rules to life which worked better with your children-reward or punishment?
by Apostle Jack6 years ago
The hardest thing to achieve is always the best rewarded...do you agree?
by Grace Marguerite Williams5 years ago
Anyone who attended Catholic schools can attest to the discipline, sometimes harsh, that they received from the nuns and priests. One man informed me that in his high school, the priests or brothers will...
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