by Bill Newton
Posted 10/10/15, 12:54 pm
Jason is a good tennis player, but not great. He reads tennis magazines to learn the latest techniques, takes lessons regularly, has top-flight equipment, and plays in a league. Nevertheless, he cannot hit a backhand shot consistently well. He can describe a good backhand, walk his way through it in slow motion, but in competitive play, he simply slams the ball into the net. Just like Jason’s problems on the tennis court, we may have a well-developed set of ethics and know them perfectly, but we cannot implement them.