UGANDA: Opposition Lesson 7 – @HeBobiWine @MugishaMuntu
1. moral principles that govern a person’s behavior or the conducting of an activity.
“medical ethics also enter into the question”
synonyms: moral code, morals, morality, moral stand, moral principles, moral values, rights and wrongs, principles, ideals, creed, credo, ethos, rules of conduct, standards (of behavior), virtues, dictates of conscience
“the ethics of journalism”
2. the branch of knowledge that deals with moral principles.
2. ENTITLEMENT. “Ask if anyone knows a famous quote from Kennedy’s inaugural address. After students respond, write the quote on a blackboard or chart paper: “And so, my fellow Americans: ask not what your country can do for you—ask what you can do for your country.”
Many Uganda youth feel ENTITLED in like everyone owes them something but these brats have never worked a day in their lives. Feeling ENTIITLED leads these kids to return to violation of basic ETHICS.
3. GOALS: Ask your followers and supporters what their life goals are. Where do they see themselves in 1yr, 3yrs, 5yrs from now. It is one thing to kwekalasa but exactly what is your ppan for your life?
the above, you will see most people currently supporting opposition being
bought out. Because they have no goals for their lives and neither do
they have ethics and feel entitled. In the end, people with no plans and
goals will only look at immediate gratification. Please teach them that delayed gratification
is why some of us slaved school till we got degrees and jobs.
—— AUTO – GENERATED; Published (Halifax Canada Time AST) on: May 28, 2019 at 05:06PM