Digital Citizenship

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1 Moral Conscience
1.1 Each person has their own set of values and morals they follow, one could refer to this as their moral compass.
1.2 One of the many gifts God gave mankind was freewill, and this includes the conscious choice to commit evil. Everyone has the capacity to commit evil, but thankfully it is a choice that not everyone chooses to make.
1.3 Moral conscience is described as the following by the Catechism of the Catholic Church: 1776 "Deep within his conscience man discovers a law which he has not laid upon himself but which he must obey. Its voice, ever calling him to love and to do what is good and to avoid evil, sounds in his heart at the right moment. . . . For man has in his heart a law inscribed by God. . . . His conscience is man's most secret core and his sanctuary. There he is alone with God whose voice echoes in his depths."
2 The Good Samaritan
2.1 New Testament
2.1.1 Gospel Of Luke
2.1.1.1 Summary of Parable: This parable is about a traveler, whom may or may not have been Jewish, was beaten, robbed and essentially left for dead alongside a road. Both a priest and a Levite pass by this traveler, whom they both ignore this man in need of help. Fortunately, a Samaritan passes by this traveler and puts aside their differences (as Jews and Samaritans didn’t like one another back then) and helped the injured traveler. This short but powerful parable is about ethics and the moral highroad this Samaritan took.
2.1.1.1.1 Thus the expression; "Good Samaritan"
2.2 "No Good Samaritan"
2.2.1
2.2.1.1 Individualism - Everyone is on their own
2.2.1.2 Everyone has their own baggage
2.2.1.3 A pessimists point of view on humanity
2.2.1.4 Dull, Depressing, Bland, Empty
2.3 Real Life Examples
2.3.1 CTV News Reports:
2.3.1.1 "Mystery Good Samaritan puts scarves around Ottawa statues"
2.3.1.2 Article: "Good Samaritan at Tim Hortons"
2.3.1.2.1 " Article: Looks like the promise of good coffee karma is bringing out some coffee copy-cats. Just days after a man paid for the coffees of the next 500 customers at an Edmonton Tim Hortons, another mystery man made the same kind gesture in Ottawa. The manager of the Ottawa Tims store says it's not uncommon for some customers to "pay it forward" -- buying coffee or snacks for the next person in line. But Melissa Dass says she's never seen such a large amount paid before."
2.3.2 International
2.3.2.1
2.4
2.4.1 The Parable of the Good Samaritan by Jan Wijnants (1670) shows the Good Samaritan tending the injured man.
3 Social Media
3.1 Social media is a growing outlet for people, especially youth to voice their opinions on essentially everything.
3.2 Education systems/ institutions are educating young people in school about the growing world of social media, in hopes they use it positively, and not negatively (i.e. cyber-bullying).
3.3 There are an endless amount of online social media outlets that majority of people have access to. With this in mind, one must remember to think before they type/post, because everything they say online, be it on Facebook, Twitter, Youtube etc. will be public and could potentially have a impact on the rest of the world. Each individual hast the choice to make a positive or a negative impact, which will you choose?
4 Honesty
4.1 Definition: hon·es·ty [on-uh-stee], noun, plural hon·es·ties. 1. the quality or fact of being honest; uprightness and fairness. 2. truthfulness, sincerity, or frankness. 3. freedom from deceit or fraud.
4.2 Religion
4.2.1 "He who sins is of the devil." (1 John 3:8)
4.2.2 The Catechism of the Catholic Church (CCC) defines "lying" as a mortal sin.
4.2.3 The Ninth Commandment reads: Thou shalt not bear false witness against thy neighbour. (Exodus 20:16)
4.3 Being honest is an admirable trait that every person should strive to posses.
5 Catalyst for Good
5.1 EWN Reports: "A NekNomination to Change the World"
5.1.1 "South African Brent Lindeque has taken the world by storm after he turned his NekNomination into a good deed and is urging others to do the same."
5.1.1.1 TheSouthAfrican.com
5.1.1.1.1 In an article, Sertan Sanderson wrote "But Brent Lindeque back in Johannesburg decided to turn the idea on its head, and, rather than committing an act of boozy carelessness shared in public, decided to do something that would show the world how he cared for those around him: he filmed himself driving up to an intersection in Johannesburg – one of countless such urban intersections in South Africa, where homeless people beg – and donated food (consisting of a sandwich, a chocolate bar and a soft drink) to a homeless man."
5.1.1.1.1.1 This good deed was done on 5 February, 2014.
5.2 The movie "Pay it Forward" exemplifies this idea of an idea being the catalyst for good.
5.2.1 The main concept of this movie was that if each person does one good dead for 3 people, humanity would be much better off than it is right now.