Monday, April 13, 2009

A ‘deficit of ethics’

Sheila Liaugminas

One of the main causes for the global financial crisis, Pope Benedict told G20 leaders.
The pope sent a letter to Britain’s Gordon Brown at the start of the summit last week, and it got little attention in the pop media circus around the events and especially, the Obamas.
But Benedict’s letter made incisive points. He told the leaders he appreciated…

"the meeting’s noble objectives based on the conviction, shared by all the participating Governments and international organizations, that the way out of the current global crisis can only be reached together, avoiding solutions marked by any nationalistic selfishness or protectionism."


Yours, Sincerely said...

This is absolutely correct. Religion provides the framework to support ethics. Ethics are what keep us civilized. Without "civilization" there can be no true "progression" or "progressive thinking" because we will be too busy to look or think or plan or work forward because we will be too busy watching our own backs. Basic trust in humanity is gone, and therefore it becomes a jungle-game of "Survivor."

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