GOOD PEOPLE NOT VALUED ENOUGH

Where is Braves legend Dale Murphy now?

SOURCE: ESPN

http://www.espn.com/espn/feature/story/_/id/24182944/where-braves-legend-dale-murphy-now

This is a surprisingly good article in the current era of ESPN. It raises a big moral dilemma our society has. Do we value good people as much as we detest bad people?

In sports, this phenomenon is obvious, as demonstrated in the article. Sports writers demonize PED users as villains while casting doubt on other players with upstanding reputations. The idea that the person did not get caught yet.

Do we simply believe that good people do not exist? Do we not value good behavior? While no one is completely perfect, there are many people overlooked because being a good person is not properly valued.

Consider how much better our communities and overall society would be if we valued good behaviors. Instead of normalizing immorality and violence. Could be a gamechanger.

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