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Mighty Gems – Essence of Authentic Presence

Mighty Gems – Essence of Authentic Presence

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October 31st 2014:Modern Ethics: What you need to know

It is only the connections with others that keep us from being alone in the universe. Kayli Martin

Discussions regarding ethics, or how we live in relationship to others, have been around since ancient times. These discussions have been abstract, making the principles being discussed tough to understand and even harder to apply to our everyday lives. Yet our everyday lives have grown more challenging with technological advances that have created more perplexing situations and many more choices. Our world seems to be shrinking as communications technologies make it possible for us t

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Kayli Martin

Kayli Martin has always had a passion for thinking about the big questions in life, who are we, why are we here, and given that we are here, how should we live. In her academic work as a philosopher, she focused on ethics and more specifically the question of how should we live, meaning how should we treat each other. During her academic career, she developed an answer to this question that is easy to understand and to use as a guiding principle. It does not give specific answers to specific situations, instead, it gives a lens through which to look at a situation. For over 20 years, Kayli has applied this principle to real life situations both as a manager of a large department and as a sma
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