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Green Care uses new findings in human development to explain how to form good leadership. 


Aristotle believed that his four causes or dimensions of change should be used to evaluate the ethics of various actions. We used the words of Rotary International to articulate these ethical evaluations:

Are the parts fair to all concerned?

Are the parts true in all their aspects?

Will the processes further good interactions and well-being?

Are the purposes beneficial to the individuals involved?

 The Dalai Lama explained that compassion is the first step in gaining ethical thinking. Once we have compassion for others, we can respect them and want to be fair (ethical) to them. 

Ethics is an evaluation of someone’s helping people to develop their well-being.