Last week we found inspiration for our ethical letters in newspapers. This week we are going to search the Internet for inspiration. This activity will require a notebook, internet access, a web browser and a basic understanding of how to use the Internet.
The first step in using the Internet to find ethical issues to write about is to create a list of issues you want to use. To start with, select issues that mean the most to you right now, and then back track to earlier phases of your life. You may want to use a time line to help you organize your thoughts and issues.
The next step is to search the Internet for information about your issues. You can look for news stories, articles and photographs that provide information about your issue. You can print out this information and use it to help you write your spiritual ethical will.
Another great online source you can use are video clips. Video clips can now easily be found online. You can find clips from archived television news reels, private video collections and from movie studios. Use these multimedia sources to refresh your memory about an event, or to gain new insight into your event or issue.
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