Jane Eyre Essay | Jane Eyre's Moral Dilemma's Vs. Mine

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Jane Eyre's Moral Dilemma's Vs. Mine

Summary: This essay is an example of a personal moral dilemma combined with many examples of moral dilemmas in the novel "Jane Eyre."
Moral dilemmas are a big part of everyone's lives. Each day we face several, despite whether we realize it or not. Each decision we make is based upon our own personal morals and our views on the situation. Each new day brings a new light and Jane Eyre exemplifies this aspect of life in many different situations.

As I stood at work, coaching my girls on the bars, I scanned the gym until my eyes met face to face with the clock. I realized that it was time to condition my gymnasts and allow them to get a drink and make their way home. I thought nothing of calling them onto the floor mat; I go through the same routine every week, however after conditioning was over I had a little different outlook on life at the gym.

As each sat down in the...

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