For SEG on Sunday, September 15, Rob and Kathi Ambrogi will lead Everyday Ethics, Part II. We will address the concepts presented in Part I at our evening Conversations group, however this session will involve a different video, different scenarios, and some additional tips for making decisions in our everyday lives. Feel free to come if you missed Part I; no prior knowledge or reading is required. We will meet at 8:30 am in the social hall for coffee and bagels; discussion begins around 8:45 and lasts an hour.
This video from Rush Kidder, whose books inspired Rob and Kathi, will give you an idea of our topic:
Overview from Part I: Decision-making in our everyday lives is usually more complicated than simply choosing right from wrong. Often, we struggle to choose among many “right” choices. We consider not only what is good for ourselves, but also what is best for our family, community, even our world. How do you choose the right course of action, and how can we guide young people in learning to solve their own ethical problems?