World Ethics Day

An emergent phenomenon from  its cocoon

In a lunar cycle of justice and equity to provide balance for humanity

World Ethics Day

A phenomenon whose emergence is engendered by humanism and ecologicalism among others

 World Ethics Day

A phenomenon that is determined and poised to appeal to the minds and hearts of humanity

World Ethics Day

A phenomenon that is determined to restore values and virtues in humanity

Today, tomorrow and forever more

World Ethics Day

You stand today, tomorrow and forever more as an effigy

An effigy that presupposes hope, promise, fulfillment  virtue and future for humanity

World Ethics Day

You set  forth to pierce asunder without violence

Hearts and minds

That  consciously and unconsciously  hold values

 Antithetical to the common good of humanity

And longevity of the planet Earth among others

World Ethics Day

You set forth to amend and improve

The strained relation of Man to Man

The relationship between

 Man and  the planet Earth

 And all the living and non living entities on it

World Ethics Day

You are a phenomenon that is in its own a reflection

And a turn of a new leaf

For sustainable, ethically and morally undertoned cultural practices

For the common good of humanity

And the longevity of the planet Earth

World Ethics Day

Your glorious birth re-affirms in us  and consolidates your immortality on the planet Earth





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Comment by Al LeBlanc on October 17, 2014 at 2:46pm
  1. Valentine: Thanks for sharing your thoughts on World Ethics Day !
  2. Ethics: 1. a set of of principles of right conduct 2. the study of the general nature of morals and the specific moral choices to be made by a person.
  3. Seems to me that our conscience should make every day World Ethics Day.
  4. Incumbent responsibility of "usall"        Al

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