It is often said that we become a product of our environment, and that a person absent of common morals, raised in an environment that taught against teachings we consider morality, is in fact not a bad person. If a spider is brought up hating flies and taught that it was vital for it to kill as many flies as it could, it would grow up into an adult spider set out to kill flies without any moral objection. Whereas, if there was a colony of spiders who thought it was savage and monstrous to kill flies, they would consider that adult spider a monster, yet the adult spider only does as it was brought up to do. The same may go for Teresa Finn, however, that opinion I reserve only for my dear reader.

Short Story Slavery Morality