The word ethics is, at times, poorly used. It is commonly equated with a set of laws or mores that must or should be followed by a professional, or for that matter, any individual. Ethics courses, at least those I’ve attended, have been largely a collection of “do be’s” and “don’t be’s” (if you know

Most young folks (and other older ones too) believe that what happens at any given present time is a first. And that is a good thing in many ways. It can make for a “blazing the trail” attitude which adds excitement to our individual lives. Getting your license to drive, going to the prom, getting