Virtue ethics is the ethical theory that presents a strong focus on my understanding of different aspects of personal development. Virtue ethics is defined based on mind, character and sense of honesty. The integration of these concepts presents an all-round personality where it is easy to understand what is right and wrong through an infusion of religious doctrines and personal understanding of better decisions that help promote a successful development level.
Values and principles
The significant benefits that form the foundation of my leadership philosophy include trust, honesty, commitment, and selflessness. Each of these values plays an integral role in implementing a highly successful system for the better change process. Improving the overall focus on the need to promote positive behavior on the wellbeing of different individuals helps create a more specific system that helps maintain a secure change process. The fear of God is the foundation of spiritual and personal greatness.
A statement about the value and limitations of medicine and medical care.
Medicine is integral to improve healthcare and individual wellbeing. Different individuals have varied beliefs that predict their level of development and commitment to medical care. Medical care is supposed to be practiced following strong personal religious beliefs.
A statement about the nature, purpose, and treatment of suffering
Suffering is a result of sin and a wrong decision that individuals undertake. Different settings have different values, principles, and regulations. Complying to this code of conduct across different settings limit suffering.
Life begins at conception, which is a vital aspect that should be considered in determining human development. Making better choices during child development begin with engaging the mother and ensuring that they subscribe to better issues that promote a sense of being. Consideration of fetus as human means that there is a greater understanding of important element that help emphasize the need to respect humanity. The time when life begins has been a major issue within the society, considering that different individuals argue differently with major emphasis being on abortion. However, life starts in a mother’s womb, which must be adequately assessed to improve fetal development (Dale,