Bottom line is that they are one and the same. Ethical behavior is ethical behavior. Think of being ethical in one setting but not the other. We cannot possibly start making a difference between these two spaces without being hypocritical.
What to do when you are really sad and grieving
The older we get, the more we get acquainted with the substantial pain and suffering when dear friends and family members die. This pain makes a root canal feel like a walk in the park.
It can be outright debilitating. You hear your blood swooshing in your head, you have lost your appetite, your stomach may hurt no matter what and you just do not even want to get out of bed. If it was someone really close, you can experience vivid flash backs where the memories of the loved one are so real that you can almost touch them. Perhaps you break out in tears. Out of nowhere the pain is overwhelming and the tears start rolling down your cheeks. I have such events less frequently than I used to, but when they happen it can put me into a funk.
Of course there are quite a few other causes of deep sadness and grief. Losing your job, being told that your health is declining, chronic pain, divorce, survivor’s guilt, etc are powerful reasons why you can feel depressed. Often this can turn into anger towards people and any higher authority that you may believe in.
There are a variety of things you have in your funk busting tool box. Make good use of them. They have sustained me during the times of great despair. Stir your snow globe a little for a view to a brighter future that is all but certain around the corner.
You know the saying that God only puts as much load on your shoulders as you can handle? Well, I really wished that He would not trust me/ us so much sometimes. Choose your attitude and you may be surprised about how many instances you will later think how much better off you are nowadays that certain things happened. Mind you that it may take a while to be able to feel like this, but the adage is indeed true about time healing all wounds. Please forward this little post to anyone who you think could benefit from a little boost.
This is a captivating question if you so choose to ponder it. I just read the book “The Light Bringer” from authors Mike Force and Chris DiGiuseppi who are real life cops and have come across their share of mind bending tragic events and surely many deaths. It is a novel that takes you on a wild ride of 16 deaths that occur seemingly unconnected and yet, are they?
This is a great read and reaches out to your imagination. This is a very captivating book and kudos to both of the authors for putting together a novel with a lot of spirit. This is a really great book and I highly recommend it.