Category Archives: Ethics

Study or the Study? What a decision.

I have had to make a semi major decision in regards to my current study demands. I wasn’t able to attend the first day of lectures last Wednesday because of being very ill. I posted about the Ethical Dilemma this … Continue reading

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The ethical dilemma.

I was looking forward to today, as it was to be my first day back at college. Unfortunately I am sick with the flue. Last night I had mucus continually streaming from my nose, and the pressure in my sinuses … Continue reading

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Kevin Rudd: The Truth Leaked Out.

There is a U Tube video doing the rounds at the moment of our former prime minister Kevin Rudd, venting, swearing and in general behaving badly. There is no doubt that his behaviour is terrible. It does however cause me … Continue reading

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Scott has written a good post on the issue of forgiveness. He writes –  I believe that, if someone never asks for forgiveness, then there is no responsibility set upon us to forgive. You cannot forgive one who never asks for forgiveness. … Continue reading

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Centre for Christian Living.

This looks like an interesting project. The only issue is that for those who live in regional areas and the outer Sydney areas; Newtown isn’t the easiest place to get to, nor is finding parking easy. 

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Ethics and insurance doctors.

Yesterday I had to go for a specialists visit. This visit was organised by a company in which I have a superannuation policy and was in regards to my accessing my super early. The amount I have to access is … Continue reading

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Interesting “Islamic terrorist” suicide bombing prevention strategy.

While this newspaper article is dated in 2004 it shows an interesting proposal to stop suicide bombing of buses in Israel. The proposal was to put bags of pig fat on every bus; with the idea that any would be … Continue reading

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