Should children give money to beggars? If children find a 10 dollar note on the road, should they pick it and keep? Should they share their cookies with their siblings? Should they ask examiner to allow extra time in tests? Why not to simply learn to be kind to one another so that it actually happens? Why don’t they keep themselves away from verbal and physical abuse so that they actually minimize or get away with violence? Why it takes a long time in simply dumping lying, and cheating to the dustbin of history by seriously encouraging them to refrain from doing so?
They may or may not have picked up that 10 dollar note. Sometimes they may have given money to a beggar and sometimes they may have ignored them. Anyways, they make their choices. Sometimes they are happy with their decision and some other times they are not. But we all want to know is the right way to deal with such situations.
They can deal with such situations if they know about ethical values. This book on Common Ethics is an effort to tell children the right way to deal with such situations and take decisions that leave them happy.
Following is the table of content for this book:
1. E for Ethics
2. Find and polish your Inner-Self
3. Leading Ethically
4. The Gravity of Emotions-How to Counter the pull-down effect?
5. EDL- Ethical Driving License
6. Professional Ethics for Children who will become
7. The Ethics of Religion
8. Whose Earth is it Anyway?