The Test Morality & Ethics – Todd Glassberg Views from the Front Porch

Everyday since 2003, Todd Glassberg spends a few moments each day reflecting on the Test of our morality and ethics. When I was less experienced and mature, I tended like most to strive for quick gratification and lived along that grey line of right and wrong. Today , I follow simple presentations of the moral philosophy.

Let me provide some back ground  about Morality and ethics   In formal education , the word ‘ethics’ is “commonly used interchangeably with ‘morality’ … and sometimes it is used more narrowly to mean the moral principles of a particular tradition, group, or individual.” Certain types of ethical theories sometimes distinguish between ‘ethics’ and ‘morals’: “Although the morality of people and their ethics amounts to the same thing, morality is usually based on the notions of duty, obligation, and principles of conduct, while ethics is referred to the acts of approach to practical reasoning, based on the notion of a virtue, and generally avoiding the separation of ‘moral’ considerations from other practical considerations.

So each day we are faced with these choices, they are tests of our will and our conviction of who we are at the moment and who we want to be for those to discuss.

I have narrowed my desire for a grey existence. I tend to treat others the way I am treated. The main difference is when I am treated unfairly, I just ignore it and keep it moving. If my needs “Agenda” doesn’t match others than I don’t waste my thought on how to change the situation. I find if a situation needs to be over thought , than it is not a good place to be.

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