Ethical Theory: Teleological Moral Theory, By Sydney Jeter

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My friend Sydney Jeter was a wonderful person who could bring joy into a person’s life. She was skillful in the categories of being athletic, adventurous, ranked top of her class academically, and being socially active. My friends Hayden, Blake, Logan and I met Sydney in the summer of 2012. Shortly after meeting, Blake and Sydney started dating which lead to us all meeting her family. We became very close to Sydney 's family as they enjoyed our company. On July 13, 2013 Blake and Sydney were involved in a car accident, which took place in College Station, Texas. Blake survived with severe bruising, but Sydney did not, as she suffered from immediate head trauma following the wreck. The month after her death was unspeakably heart breaking. Hayden, Logan, Blake and I would all spend the night at Sydney 's parents’ house periodically to support them during their time of mourning. As …show more content…
Although I was aware each option would serve negative consequences, knowing right from wrong was the reason I did so. It’s been over two years since I’ve encountered Sydney’s parents, but to this day I wish I could go back in time to see Sydney before she died. Nothing could have been done to erase my dilemma to this day. I do not feel proudness of the situation, but it seemed to me at the time that they were bullying Blake for the situation he was put in. Currently, I can’t imagine the pain they felt losing their child and having to bury her, but putting my friend Blake in the situation of potentially being known as a murder is politically incorrect. The death of Sydney had an affected on everyone she was close to including my family. I am moving forward one day at a time in attempt to recover from Sydney’s death, but know she will always be in my heart and is looking down on

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