Our moral decisions are essentially emotional decisions. It’s just rooted in our ability to know what another person is feeling.
Most people aren’t the final authority, but they don’t want to let on someone else is making the decisions.
If you do decide to take the coward’s way out, cut along the tracks, not across them. That’s a rookie mistake.
If either of us are making decisions based on our personal experiences, we’re making the wrong decisions.[to Andrews]