The Global Ethics Network is a phenomenon of the 21st century that transcends every bit of imagination. The overwhelming support enjoyed and gesture of Carnegie Council for International Affairs towards global ethics and peace under the favorable platform of global interconnectivity that is sustained by advanced technology has been extraordinary and consequential. Our sense of mission as peace advocates therefore should be revitalized as we become more resolute to ensuring a habitable planet for all mankind despite the daunting challenges of our time. Special thanks to the dynamic and resolute leadership of Carnegie Council for International Affairs, for the opportunity given to all and sundry to take part in the phenomenal project irrespective of color, religion, region, ethnicity and socio-economic class. Special thanks to the indefatigable staffers of the Council that have always been behind the scene. Special thanks to the sagacious Carnegie Council fellows and bloggers from whom we have learned and imbibe ethical to our lives, our socio-cultural practices and our social relations from their wealth of experience. To the Global Ethics Network editor, Guest editors, and all Global Ethics Network members, I say, you are all wonderful people. However, to remove morality from society, the society perishes, thus a society that is of good and solid moral foundation is a society that will thrive and survive. Consequently, our penchant for global ethics and global peace should remain ad infinitum. Merry Christmas and Happy New Year in advance.

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Comment by Valentine Olushola Oyedipe on December 26, 2013 at 8:17am

Thank you all!

Comment by Al LeBlanc on December 25, 2013 at 10:13am

Valentine:  Thanks for caring about humanity and the planet; you make a difference ! Also, Thanks for becoming the"one and only"  CyberPeaceCitizen !.  Have a "Holy and Merry Christmas and Best Wishes for the New Year !  Al

Comment by Evan O'Neil on December 21, 2013 at 1:40pm

Wonderful reflections, Valentine. Thank you. Have a great holiday and New Year season.

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