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Ethical Practices Sayings By Adrian Grenier: Ethical systems and practices need to look good. They have to be desirable, well-designed and Ethical systems and practices need to look good. They have to be desirable, well-designed and work well. — Adrian Grenier
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Ethical Practices Sayings By Peter Singer: We have examined a number of ethical issues. We have seen that many accepted practices We have examined a number of ethical issues. We have seen that many accepted practices are open to serious objections. What ought we to do about it? This, too, is an ethical issue. — Peter Singer
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Ethical Practices Sayings By Michael Lerner: Instead of a bottom-line based on money and power, we need a new bottom-line that Instead of a bottom-line based on money and power, we need a new bottom-line that defines productivity and creativity as where corporations, governments, schools, public institutions, and social practices are judged as efficient, rational and productive not only to the extent they maximize money and power, but to the extent they maximize love and caring, ethical and ecological sensitivity, and our capacities to respond with awe and wonder at the grandeur of creation. — Michael Lerner
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Ethical Practices Sayings By Michael Lerner: Ultimately, one of the best ways to take care of our souls is to build Ultimately, one of the best ways to take care of our souls is to build a society that supports rather than undermines our highest moral and spiritual intuitions and inclinations. Yet, building that society can never be divided from the daily practices through which we live out our ethical and spiritual lives, both in the way we treat others around us, and in the way we nourish the God within us. — Michael Lerner
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Ethical Practices Sayings By Simon Blackburn: [ ... ] like any human practices, those of religions are not exempt from ethical [ ... ] like any human practices, those of religions are not exempt from ethical questioning. Rituals and rites in groups change behavior, sometimes for the better, sometimes for the worse. For the madness of crowds is a very close cousin to the fervor or congregations and the martial spirit of armies. — Simon Blackburn
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Ethical Practices Sayings By Dalai Lama: I have observed that religious practice is not a precondition either of ethical conduct or I have observed that religious practice is not a precondition either of ethical conduct or of happiness itself. I have also suggested that, whether a person practices religion or not, the spiritual qualities of love and compassion, patience, tolerance, forgiveness, humility and so on are indispensable. — Dalai Lama
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Ethical Practices Sayings By Sophie Heyman Uliano: Goodness is also about interacting with people, brands, companies and organizations who are invested in Goodness is also about interacting with people, brands, companies and organizations who are invested in sustainable and ethical practices. What's the point of using products that are ruining our Earth? It doesn't make sense. — Sophie Heyman Uliano
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Ethical Practices Sayings By Christopher Hitchens: Since religion has proved itself uniquely delinquent on the one subject where moral and ethical Since religion has proved itself uniquely delinquent on the one subject where moral and ethical authority might be counted as universal and absolute, I think we are entitled to at least three provisional conclusions. The first is that religion and the churches are manufactured, and that this salient fact is too obvious to ignore. The second is that ethics and morality are quite independent of faith, and cannot be derived from it. The third is that religion is - because it claims a special divine exemption for its practices and beliefs - not just amoral but immoral. — Christopher Hitchens
Ethical Practices Sayings By John Wooden: There is also the professional mentor, a person whose success in his or her career There is also the professional mentor, a person whose success in his or her career can be a source of practical wisdom and inspiration. This success might be mea sured in material gain or far-reaching influence, or in lives touched and relationships fostered. These mentors can offer a model for good business, ethical practices, and effective work habits, and they often provide the motivation we need to seize whatever opportunities come our way. — John Wooden
Ethical Practices Sayings By Ethan Nichtern: To me, the view that Buddhist teachings are somehow religious, requiring some form of blind To me, the view that Buddhist teachings are somehow religious, requiring some form of blind belief, and that you would have to relinquish other spiritual practices in order to pursue them fully, is neither accurate nor helpful. It's not accurate because the Buddha's central thesis was humanistic; he focused clearly on human suffering and the causes of that suffering. At the same time, viewing Buddhism as a religion is not helpful. People from all walks of life become interested in the vast array of Buddhist ethical, philosophical, and psychological teachings, and to declare that they cannot fully participate because they are also exploring another spirituality is severely confining and unnecessary. — Ethan Nichtern
Ethical Practices Sayings By Bob McDonnell: Doctors have an ethical duty to follow the practices and standards of care. Doctors have an ethical duty to follow the practices and standards of care. — Bob McDonnell
Ethical Practices Sayings By Ursula Burns: As I've progressed in my career, I've come to appreciate - and really value - As I've progressed in my career, I've come to appreciate - and really value - the other attributes that define a company's success beyond the P&L: great leadership, long-term financial strength, ethical business practices, evolving business strategies, sound governance, powerful brands, values-based decision-making. — Ursula Burns
Ethical Practices Sayings By Lawrence M. Friedman: The ethical practices of lawyers are probably no worse than those of other professions. Lawyers The ethical practices of lawyers are probably no worse than those of other professions. Lawyers bring some of the trouble on by claiming in a sanctimonious way that they are interested only in justice, not power or wealth. They also suffer guilt by association. Their clients are often people in trouble. Saints need no lawyers: gangsters do. — Lawrence M. Friedman
Ethical Practices Sayings By Alain De Botton: Secular society has been unfairly impoverished by the loss of an array of practices and Secular society has been unfairly impoverished by the loss of an array of practices and themes which atheists typically find it impossible to live with because they seem too closely associated with, to quote Nietzsche's useful phrase, 'the bad odours of religion'. We have grown frightened of the word morality. We bridle at the thought of hearing a sermon. We flee from the idea that art should be uplifting or have an ethical mission. We don't go on pilgrimages. We can't build temples. We have no mechanisms for expressing gratitude. Strangers rarely sing together. We are presented with an unpleasant choice between either committing to peculiar concepts about immaterial deities or letting go entirely of a host of consoling, subtle or just charming rituals for which we struggle to find equivalents in secular society. — Alain De Botton
Ethical Practices Sayings By David Foster Wallace: Is it possible that future generations will regard our present agribuisness and eating practices in Is it possible that future generations will regard our present agribuisness and eating practices in much the same way we now view Nero's entertainments or Mengele's experiments? My own initial reaction is that such a comparison is hysterical, extreme - and yet the reason it seems extreme to me appears to be that I believe animals are less morally important than human behings; and when it comes to defending such a belief, even to myself, I have to acknowledge that (a) I have an obvious selfish interest in this belief, since I like to eat certain kinds of animals and want to be able to keep doing it, and (b) I haven't succeeded in working out any sort of personal ethical system in which the belief is truly defensible instead of just selfishly convenient. — David Foster Wallace
Ethical Practices Sayings By Michael J. Marx: Nevertheless, the Holy Spirit brings peace to your mind and heart as you uncover and Nevertheless, the Holy Spirit brings peace to your mind and heart as you uncover and make the right choice and align yourself with professional, ethical standards. — Michael J. Marx