Monthly Archives: November 2012

Moral Compass

What is it that drives us to do the things we do?  How can we get so off course in our lives that we rationalize and justify the absurdity of a lie or half-truth? I took a phone call yesterday … Continue reading

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The American Scholar by Ralph Waldo Emerson

I have said many times in my life that history teaches us how to behave, act and live in a more ethical and conscience manner if we pay attention.  So I went back to my college literature books and I … Continue reading

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When someone makes a mistake and “owns” it — let him or her learn the ethical lessons and be a better person(s).

When someone makes a mistake and “owns” it — let him or her learn the ethical lessons and be a better person(s)..

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When someone makes a mistake and “owns” it — let him or her learn the ethical lessons and be a better person(s).

The man made a huge mistake and unlike other political figures who have claimed, “I never has sexual relations with that woman;” he “owned” it – admitted it – stood up and said — I messed up and I am … Continue reading

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Conscience

Today I attended church service and ironically, the sermon, focused heavily on losing focus in our country regarding ethics, integrity, etc. Historically, countries, companies, teams and families all suffer hardship when choosing the ethical path, when following their conscience; thus … Continue reading

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The Road Not Taken by Robert Frost

It does make a difference!!!!!!!    I shall be telling this with a sigh   Somewhere ages and ages hence:   Two roads diverged in a wood, and I—   I took the one less traveled by,   And that … Continue reading

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Where did Ethics go?

I have been greatly troubled lately by the lack of ethics and integrity we as a people seem to set forth in this century. When did we stop considering truth as the “end all, be all?”  Where did our moral … Continue reading

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