Moral Dilemmas And Ethical Challenges Of Parents And Parents

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Our life presents us with many ethical challenges throughout our lives. Most of the times we are making decisions on the basis of our value systems which have been inherited from our parents, developed by the family backgrounds and evolved by the society we are living in. The intensity of the decisions we make depend upon the situations as sometimes they are as small as making decision about which shift to choose at work and sometimes they are as huge as deciding upon family break-ups. In our case study we are presented with a very emotional ethical situation which includes a movie, Antwonio Fisher where the main character was a single parent child and born in a prison. His own mother didn’t claimed him and was left to the care of abusive …show more content…
I have seen a close joint system since my early age, therefore the cultural respect for my parents and grandparents have always been there. Apart from that we as kids have always been taught to have regards for our elders and obey them no matter what. I strongly believe that a child owe his parents a lot. We can always argue that bad parents doesn 't deserve to be treated the way as good parents but do we ever question that an ill mannered child should have all the luxuries as compare to a mannered and obedient child? This debate is endless and there can be thousands of counter arguments but the worst part of this whole aspect is when this pure, holy relationship of parent and a child is compared to other relations of the world. Of course it is parents decision to bring a child in this world but it also means that this is the only God made relation. Every person will be personally answerable to God , thus nothing can make you discharge you off your duties. Keeping the exceptions aside, many a times we see parents making same sacrifices for their disobedient children as well as for their good children so children are also equally responsible and owe the same amount of sacrifices. Moreover the relation of a mother to his child is naturally special. The love and emotions involved due to the biological connection can never be disregarded as seen in the Antwonio 's case. Though he was angry but somewhere in his …show more content…
Corporal punishments have always been a integral part of subcontinent 's culture. There have been cases of abuses and assaults to children by their parents but still such punishments are essential to a eastern household and I think so far positive results have outweigh the negatives ones. There is a big difference between spanking and abusing. We cannot conclude by putting everything under the one roof. Spanking is just a more harder way to make a child remember his wrong actions more than just scolding. If I talk about myself I have been scolded thousands of times but it doesn 't had that impact on me as compare to that occasional spanking which I deserved for sure. I was not abused nor I was emotionally affected but It always had that lasting impact on my mind still to this day that this action should not be repeated. In fact it showed me the severity of my actions rather than affecting me negatively, so the statement "It 's better to be beaten by mama than to be beaten by the police" really fits into our

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