Like the Catholic Church sex abuse scandal, the Penn State abuse scandal has drawn national attention.
Personal loyalties aside, most of us are outraged that those charged with the care of children chose to abandon the most vulnerable of such children in the face of evil.
We teach our children to report abuse to a trustworthy adult…and report it to the next adult and the next, until someone responds. Here, apparently, no trustworthy adult could be found.
Instead, the facts suggest the overriding concern by Penn State was not child welfare, but the reputation of the university, its coaches, and sports program.
Those who facilitated child abuse by their silence and inaction would do well to review the university’s motto: “Laws without morals are in vain.”
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6 responses to “Laws Without Morals”
Am simply Flabbergasted, – that is the Strongest word I can think of, – that the university would use such lofty words as: “Laws without morals are in vain.”
Maybe its founders meant it. But from what I have read, its present officials would be Unworthy even to Mouth these words.
I could not have said it better, Swami.
Thank You, my Dear Anna! Much Appreciated. Hope and Pray You are well. Hearty Regards. 🙂
Love and best wishes to you, Swami. ❤
Thank You, my Dear Anna, and the Same to You too! 🙂