Leaders Shouldn’t violate social distancing
By Micah Halpern
Monday April 13, 2020
I've Been Thinking:
In the end, there will probably be a compromise and the lockdown will be in force from Wednesday night through Saturday night.
In the midst of these lockdown discussions Israelis are voicing their distress over the behaviors of their beloved president, Reuven Rivlin, and of Prime Minister Netanyahu over the first day of Passover.
President Rivlin’s daughter Rivi and her children left their home and came to eat with him in his home. And Prime Minister Netanyahu’s son Avner came to visit and eat with his parents.
Rivlin apologized saying since his wife died his children have been helping him around the house and in his presidential tasks.
The problem is — that is exactly what most children do for their parents.
There are no exceptions.
There is one law for everyone. Not one law for the people and another law for the families of leadership. That would be a classic form of corruption. Even more, leaders should live according to a higher, more demanding, standard.
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14 April 2020 12:08 AM in Thoughts
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