Here's a helpful guide to navigating life's difficult decisions.In life, there are few, if any, moral absolutes for us to rely on, and facing an increasing array of choices, we often lack the confidence of knowing we have made the right choice. In Right & Wrong, respected social commentator Hugh Mackay suggests some personal strategies that will make it easier to work out what is right and wrong for each of us in a particular situation. In an engaging, conversational style, Mackay tackles the minefield of personal relationships, business ethics, morality and religion, the benefits of moral mindfulness, and the reasons why we should strive for a good life in which we are true to ourselves and sensitive to the wellbeing of others.
Hugh Mackay is a well known, highly regarded social commentator. Bud Tingwell lends his voice of age and wisdom to this well written, accessible, insightful book.
Few of us are lucky enough to have lived a life fully free of qualms about right and wrong, a life in which moral and immoral choices are universally clear-cut and easily identifiable. With this in mind, Hugh Mackay has penned an engaging and accessible work intended to help listeners thoroughly examine the concepts of right and wrong and ultimately begin to define their own moral compasses.
Bud Tingwell’s authoritative performance adds a lot to this thoughtful and practical guide. His slightly stern voice communicates calmness and objectivity as he moves through the audiobook at a steady pace, grounding listeners as they attempt to puzzle out some of the greatest and most eternal questions of human nature and behavior.
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