If you have taken that class then you know that you pretty much have to set aside what ever religion you practice and open your mind.
Earlier this week we started learning about different values, and morality. We started learning about Immanuel Kant's Categorical Imperatives. **this is not a school lesson :)**
The second formulations is what really struck me and has been on my mind ever since.
It started to make me think. These men wanted to be treated like all of the rest of the men. They didn't want to be look at differently because they had a different skin color.
They wanted to be treated like a person. Who is valued.
And when I went to the pharmacy, when the lady didn't have my prescription, I gave her a smile and said I would wait. It wasn't her fault (maybe I don't know) but I wasn't going to treat her like she was anything less than a person.
The person who didn't speed up at the yellow light. Yeah, probably was against the law, but instead of my road rage kicking it, I turned up the music and sang instead.
When my Co-worker upset me, I just let it go.
because. Every person has value. Treat them like it.
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