The Moral Compass

  • Do no harm.
  • Accept responsibility for personal actions and for the consequences of these actions.
  • Accept a duty of care.
  • Affirm the individual's right to self-determination.
  • Put the truth first.
  • Never use a person as merely an unconsenting means to an end, even if the end benefits others.
  • Be honest.
  • Honour agreements.
  • Conduct relationships with integrity.
  • Leave a positive legacy to future generations.

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