Bernard Mayo a philosopher of “Ethics and the Moral Life” discusses the fact that “Saints and Heroes” show us that a “living example,” not rigid rules is important to ethics. We learn more about ethics by looking at the lives of people than by learning a set of principles” (Pojman and Vaughn 2014). I believe that we must first be taught what is right, wrong, just, and unjust with that having a foundation of core values and principles taught, explained, and taught and explained multiple times throughout life. We strive for it to be in our DNA and resonate everyday in and throughout our life. Even though “BEING” is a good start, I take the position that it not enough just to “BE” in life. We must exemplify and show the world who we really are by “DOING.”
Don’t just “BE” but “DO.”
Nate Cropp, President & CEO
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