The American Institute of Ethics at the end of 2010

By john · December 30, 2010 · Filed in AIE Blog Posts

We, at AIE wish everyone a most prosperous and happy and enlightening New Year. As we look back at 2010, we had an election which only served to emphasize how disfunctional our government and our World has become. If either of the major political parties believe this election was an endorsement for what they have done and are doing, they will be sadlly mistaken – the last election was an indictment of what is going on and the American people, in their wisdom, have had enough. This era of logjam, of discordant rhetoric and non-cooperation must come to an end, our survival depends on it.

We are victims of Dualism, the “ism” that says if  I believe in one thing and you believe in something different, we can not discuss or try to compromise, one or the other has to be completely put down or destroyed. This dualistic behavior and climate has permeated our entire lives, including our families, churches, all of our institutions and 2011 must see, at least, the beginning of the end to dualism. We have to get back to the idea that it is healthy to disagree – that was the foundation of our society, it is the foundation of our world.

At AIE in 2011 we created our on line learning program “Rebuilding Ethics in a Changing World” and will be marketing it to businessess, organizations and individuals who share our dream of an ethical and value sensitive World. We have also introduced our Youth Empowerment Program for high schools and have already on board, one high school and the program was presented at Dominican University in San Rafael very successfully. We have three more high schools that should make a decision to partner with us in early 2011.

From all of us here at The American Institute of Ethics, we wish you and your families and beautiful and very blessed New Year and you will be hearing much more from us and we encourage you to join us be becoming a member of The Institute and you can do so from our website at AIEWEB.org.

Peace,

John Sequeira, President

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