My Code Of Ethics

June 9, 2010
I choose the Bible as one of my code of Ethics. It guides me though life so when I think I’m doing my duty to God, not only will I feel good but I will also get rewarded. I choose the Bible because for what I know I right and what is should do. What does it teach me? It teaches me by telling me in my mind that if I do something wrong, it will come back at me. And it’s not going to happen like a snap of finger to happen. Religions come good and bad but what you now is right is good enough to take a chance and most of the time it will come back to you the good way.

How come when you use the “Golden Rule” you get respected and trusted? What does the golden role mean to me? It means more than “please” and “thank you”. It helps though life. So, if you don’t like someone, treat him or her like he’s your best friend. Who knows, he may turn around and be like you. Why do I use it? I use it to put other people in front of me, so that I get treated the way I want to be treated. Use this rule in life and you will feel better and mentally stronger than you are now.

I use respect so that I get respected as well by my friends. How does it change people? It changes people by being more honest and respected. Following these simple traits and it can make a life long lesson for you. It is not something you do out of the blue. You should always say it when necessary, like when you go to someone’s house to eat. Use manners like “yes mama” and “no sir”. Some people are not used to things like this. Some parents don’t expect them to do it. But I a house hold like mine you always need to have your best behave you’re on. Like when guest are over. These are a couple of was to give respect to people who do not expect it.


If you use these simple roles it will help you through life and through out your family life as well. It will show what is more important that money and toys. And what comes first In a life so short.





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