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...irteen of the article it states that after people heard what Leyla said at the Senate Banking Committee hearing in Baton Rogue they gave her a standing ovation because the hundreds had been a victim of fraud from Stanford(Beautiful Souls). This shows that people appreciate what others sacrifice for justice. Everyone on my staff appreciates what Kimmy did and we are proud of her. If I learned anything from this entire ethical paper it was that we should always care for everyone whether they care for us or not. We should always strive to be the best that we can possibly be and we should try to help as many people as we can. Something though we are put in situations where we must think about ourselves first and foremost. This may sound somewhat selfish but it is true. I feel as though I am better prepared for the day where I have to make an ethical decision like this.
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