As a business student I learn a lot about work laws and ethics in my courses and how to act ideally within the workplace, and how sometimes we need to make our decision with ethics and not by law and vise versa. But what about our personal life? Should it be the same? Or should we just do what we were taught as children? Simply because I was taught this way. This was most of our answers would be if anyone asked us why we think, act, behave in a certain matter, but is it always the right way? I’m not saying that we are raised wrongly by our parents, I’m saying that most of our lives were always about obeying the family laws so we won’t be the next hot topic on everyones’ gatherings. But what about our religious laws? What if our family laws contradicts with both the laws and ethics of our religion? What should we do then? What would you do then? Continue reading “Ethics vs. Laws”
The way in which two or more concepts, objects, or people are connected, or the state of being connected.
According to Wikipedia this is the definition of relationship. However, nowadays it has been differ from one person to another. Some say a relationship is being by the other person’s side when in need, others say is by how appreciated I am whether how many times I talk to them or the type of gifts I receive from them. Is it true? That the definition of a relationship is now defined by the number of calls, texts, or gifts I’m given to by that person? Or is it more about what direction that person guides me? Continue reading “Back and forth…”