Tuesday, July 26, 2016

What would you do?

You face this choice almost every day...

You see someone who needs your help. Perhaps, it's your family member or neighbor. Or a man in a wheelchair. Or a homeless child on the street.

But what if a stranger needs your help? Would you be the person who stands up and does the right thing without being asked? Or would you look away and keep walking?

Discover answers when you play CWO Episode 9 today!

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In today’s episode, you’ll hear two short stories about the choices we make when we see someone in need.

And we’ll explore what we feel when we don’t do the right thing and extend our help as we are taught we should.

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Two stories with modern moral dillemas

Our first selection, “Reach” is written by Alexander Jones, a frequent and prolific publisher of short fiction living in Jersey City. “Lamenting Voyeur” comes from Guiseppi Paulino, an emerging New England writer, voice actor, and chef.

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