Personal Code of Ethics

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Personal Code of Ethics

Having a personal code of ethics is very important to me since it defines who I am and what my beliefs are. My ethical code symbolizes who I am as an individual as a result of my moral, religious, intellectual and cultural upbringing. One of my greatest wishes is for my personality and actions to clearly define my code of ethics, without me verbalizing or someone else reading it on a document. Some questions that I would like others to ask and come up with their own answers without being doubtful and uncertain are: Is she an honest person? Is she a leader or a follower? Does she practice what she preaches? Does she exercise a love for God? These are the questions and answers that should reflex my principles without someone directly asking me what they are, in other words my action should speak louder than my words. Be obedient to God's word

My most valued ethical code is obeying God’s world as a Christian. God word to me is following the Ten Commandments in the bible. Some principles in the bible that I base my ethical standards on are, to love God with all my might. I believe that this is important to me as a Christian; I know that by loving God he will provide a good life for me and my family. I also think that by obeying God’s commandments he will open up a pathway of success. Some ways that I will love God with all my might is by living an honest life, being good to others and going to church on a weekly basis. In the bible, God states that by obeying his word he will be just and fair to me. This believe is not only based on my religious principles but culturally I was brought about to believe and follow the word of God.

Love others as myself
I believe that loving other as myself is another personal code of ethics that I value. This belief is not only based on my religious upbringing but morally I think it is the right thing to do. In the book of Mathew the bible states that one should love one another like...
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