Importance Of Personal Morality

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Personal Background: My personal morals act as a basis for differentiating between right and wrong and that determine my daily actions and emotions. The relationship I have with God and the role my aunt played in my upbringing has a profound role in the development of my intimate core values. Then were other additional influences such as virtue base approaches that include personal integrity, ambition, and family, accountabilities, which determine my conduct. I was a mother at the age of seventeen not of my own doing, but I accept the responsibility when all other was not agreeing with my decision. Through the situation taught me to stand my ground and stick to my belief. The morality of my potential actions to an end based approach by …show more content…
I was able to complete high school, a job in a doctor’s office and taking night classes at the Long Island College University. I may not have planned for this child and the fashion she came into this world, but away from God, she is the most important person in my life. She made me so proud of her. I thank God every day for giving me the virtuous instinct I possess at that age. More so, I am thankful for my classes in ethics, for letting me see into all other dimensions of individual’s morals. It seemed that the world has lost all elements of ethical thinking today. With God in my life, it has helped me to not be a part of the unethical cemetery of what is going on in or society today. It’s like everyone in today’s society accepts the immoral situation as the norm, and they buried ethical …show more content…
Family: The word family is a touchy subject, but it is very important to me. I see individuals who are not blood-related as a family, the reason I say this because I have been in the church most of my life. I encounter people, there are seeking the same things I am seeking. I come to love my church family, and they love me in return. I am not saying my blood relative doesn’t love me, it just their duty based ethics on my mines own doesn 't measure up. I come from a middle-class family with lots of professional people, but we don’t see things in the same light. I can tell they all suffers from the different ethical views, Cultural Relativism, Emotivist Ethics, Ethical Egoism and

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