The Future of Ethics examines the significant sustainability and social justice issues via the practical problems that arise when humanity’s power over basic life systems grows. Life can be frightening at times. Dread of failure and fear of the unknown cause people to regularly reconsider their choices and aspirations. Whether it’s days, months, years, or even just one experience, time can alter our entire perspective of the world; life, what matters, is our aspirations. I have always wanted to accomplish something extraordinary that could change the world, such as bringing people together, some incredible adventure that would be the catalyst for all the great things that could follow.
With time, I discovered that life is one big adventure and that what I do every day matters to me and those around me. I understood that life isn’t like a flawless movie with good heroes and evil villains, and everything is resolved after one incredible trip. It may have been a juvenile view of the world, but it inspired me for years to do what I thought would help me attain my goal and to believe in myself. As I grew older, I realized how the world works, how sacrifices must be made, how there are some things that no one can control, and how hard effort is required if I want something.