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Wise Ethical Choices And You

Wise Ethical Choices

Do you consider yourself to be an ethical person? Does your speech, behavior, and action promote good ethics? Do you make wise ethical choices?

Ethical Choices

Who Is An Ethical Person?

An ethical person is someone who can differentiate between right from wrong, honest from dishonest, fair from unfair, and acts accordingly.

Without doubt, we all do our best to be ethical people, but sometimes we falter and make unwise ethical choices. But heck, we are just humans, isn’t it?

However, not because we are imperfect people, we are going to run around acting carelessly or go about making unwise decisions. Not at all!

Bear in mind that we are responsible for own ethical choices, and we should exercise these choices with empathy.

How Should We Act?

Therefore, let us demonstrate in our conduct respect for each other and make sure that our opinions and our feelings are always truthful and honest.

In fact, let us promote ethical living through the choices we make each day and make Continue reading Wise Ethical Choices And You

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I Have the Guts To Be Who I Really Am, Do You?

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Every Thursday I randomly select a post to re-blog that deals with real issues. This week we join Martha as she speaks about who she really is. Please show her some love by visiting her blog, read and comment. Thank you as usual for your support.

Martha L Shaw - Poet, Writer, Artist

Seriously, do you?  Do you really?  You don’t have to answer out loud.  Most people won’t.  I know.  I’ve spent most of my life being looked at strangely.  Why?  Because I don’t cavein.  Most people who have put me down made caving in and doing what others expected into an art form.

 I don’t much care if you think I’m ugly.  I don’t think I am.  I sure do not care if you think working hard is for fools.  Shoot, if that’s the definition of a fool, I’m proud of it.  As a kid, there were plenty of people my age running away from home.  I never even considered it.  I loved my family.  I had friends who were fun to be with.  Know what?  They loved my family as well.  They loved to be at my house. 

There were always people more popular…

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Acceptance

Source of Inspiration

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Love—the ability
to accept another
just as he is.

Acceptance, key to serenity
C ompassion makes acceptance possible
C aring includes sharing
E ach person is part of the whole
P unish not with your silence
T hankfulness makes love grow
A ccept differences
N othing is more important than love
C herish all our Creator has made
Each one needs and deserves our love

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