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ethics-moral list - 4 Don’t change who you are for the...

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Camille Paxton Morally Obligatory (must do) 1. Educate yourself as to reach your full potential 2. Fulfill your dreams 3. Accomplish your goals 4. Be healthy 5. Maintain happiness and express your feelings 6. Have manners 7. Be honest 8. Be loyal 9. Speak with respect and intelligence 10. Preserve a good reputation 11. Follow the major laws 12. Don’t steal or cheat 13. Gain friendships and healthy relationships 14. Treat others the way you would like to be treated 15. Earn your own money 16. Have a set religion 17. “ Carpe Diem” 18. Be honest with yourself and others 19. Become independent 20. Be strong and courageous
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Morally Impermissible (morally wrong) 1. Don’t degrade others 2. Do not lie 3. Don’t put others thoughts before your feelings
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Unformatted text preview: 4. Don’t change who you are for the liking of others 5. No murder 6. Do not have an addiction 7. No blackmail 8. Do not quit on yourself 9. Do not try to control or influence others 10. Do not let others predict your future 11. Do not borrow without the intent to return 12. Don’t live off of others assets 13. Don’t put things off 14. Don’t be lonely 15. Don’t abandon dreams or friends 16. Don’t run away from your problems 17. Don’t take away from others accomplishments or happiness 18. Don’t let your friends or family do something you know is bad for them. .if you can help it 19. Don’t fail things intentionally 20. Don’t waste resources...
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