The Ten Do’s And Do Not’s Of Ethical Blogging

Some wise advise indeed. We can all benefit from a little common courtesy.

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“The first step in the evolution of ethics is a sense of solidarity with other human beings.”  Albert Schweitzer


What Does It Mean To Be Ethical?

Let’s talk ethics,

As writers, our words are our craft and our craft should be sacred to us.

We should value and respect the power of our words. We should think carefully about what we write and the message that we are trying to convey, as we write it.

As Schweitzer stated above, in order to be an ethical human, we need to appreciate the value of other humans. There needs to be a level of respect for the well-being of others and as well for ourselves, in order to justify our writing as ethical. Above all, there needs to be honesty! Honesty is the most integral part of ethical morality, and without that, everything just kind of falls apart.


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10 thoughts on “The Ten Do’s And Do Not’s Of Ethical Blogging

  1. That’s great advice. I have made a point of never writing anything unkind. Even though it might take away from the story, I wouldn’t want someone to read something that I would not say to their face.

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