“What good are any of our relative values if they are twisted to violate the existence and dignity of even one human being?”
The above quote is by James V. Morganelli, in the Forward of Jack Hoban’s fine book, The Ethical Protector: Essays on Police Ethics, Tactics and Techniques.
If you haven’t already read this book, we highly recommend it. We particularly like this quote by Mr. Morganelli, as it highlights how all of our relative ethics are secondary to the central Life Value whereby we elevate, respect – and grant dignity to – life, wherever we find it.
Go to Jack Hoban’s Resolution International (RGI) for more details on Jack’s work. Go also to Amazon to acquire his books.