No one can truly understand sympathy until they have suffered. In his The Chosen, a postmodern novel, Chaim Potok surveys the meaning of compassion learned through suffering. Danny Saunders, a brilliant Hasidic Jew, lives in Williamsburg, Brooklyn along with his friend, Reuven Malter, in the 1940s. With his photographic memory, Danny aspires to become a psychologist, but he knows that he will have to inherit his father’s position as the rabbi of their community. In addition to this, his father, Reb Saunders, will not speak to him about anything other than the holy book of Talmund. Danny is forced to keep his ideas and experiences to himself, leading to him suffering because of this silence. Chaim Potok’s The Chosen uses Danny’s gradual shift
“Silence is violence” is a common phrase used by people nowadays which references people who lack initiative when it comes to speaking out against oppression. The same phrase could be applied to the ideas within Shusaku Endo’s novel, Silence. Endo was clever to name his novel Silence, because the word is a very prominent symbol within the story. In fact, it plays a crucial role to the development of the main character. Although some readers may argue that the role of silence in the book is neutral, I claim that silence plays a negative role for the characters because it is what causes protagonist Rodrigues to renounce his faith. In the story, it represents the silence of God, which induces Rodrigues to question his religion through the torture of innocent Japanese Christians.
“A word is worth one coin, silence is worth two”-the Talmud. When Danny and Reuven we’re friends they had each other to talk to and then in college they had nobody, In the book “The Chosen” by Chaim Potok, It talks about how silence can bring to sides together and hurt and help you.
* The Law Enforcement Code of Ethics is felt to achieve bringing about self-respect among officers; contributing to feelings of mutual respect among police, and contributing to the professional image of law enforcement.
Once the policy has been executed and training has started, communicating aspects about the code of conduct can have a significant impact on the ethical culture. Many of these communications come through the human resources department, but the voice of the executive management team is critical in these communications.
Code of conduct is a rule set by an organisational body for specific issues that become a standard practice for all who works in the organisation or represent themselves outside of the organisation, (Marinda, 2011). Code of conducts is devised by a legal framework that prevents contradictions and builds trust between workers, patients and visitors in all. However all the codes are very important and must be followed e.g., ethical principles, and legislations.
silence always seems like the main method to use when trying to prove a point that has long needed to be prove, but in the end one component or maybe both components are hurt in the process.peace on the other hand pieces a message that ends with nobody getting hurt.Which one would you rather have ?
Throughout the “Genesis of Shame,” David Velleman, expresses his concerns about our culture’s lack of privacy. Velleman states his ideas throughout the passage, however, most describes our culture’s dependence on honesty adversely by stating, “ They assume that honesty requires one to express every inclination and impulse. Velleman’s statement implies people should move away towards total honesty. Although this passage was written in 2001, Velleman’s claim is still applicable in today’s society. People in our culture should make more of an effort to keep things private as it would place ordinary people at risk from fraudulent crimes.
Code of Ethics: The code of ethics among convicts is simply minding your own business. Snitching on another inmate can be fatal.
Silence is always the calm before the storm. Many years can go by with calm but it takes
Deliberately adopted mute behavior and language always fail, to build trust and tie with others.
Barbara’s immediate response to the news of the apocalypse is silence. She then begins to internalize the reality of the situation by busying herself in gathering supplies. John picks up on her disdain, and understands that, “Her silence is louder than shouted questions. She used to do this when John came home with stitched-up wounds, saying nothing until John feels his skin burn and he has to tell her” (Howley 152).
Situation involves two correction officers breaking the code of silence, within Corcoran Department of Correction; by exposing unethical and illegal practices of other correction officers within the department. According to Cooper, (2012), ethics is a practice of doing what is right and the behaviors are grounded in logic, values, beliefs and principles and are used to defend morality. In the professional arena ethics examines justice, veracity, and develops a code of conduct for the person to follow.
Working in the helping profession I will come across situations where I need to make a decision on whether to breach confidentiality in order to protect my client or others or “simply” practise within the framework of social equity and justice.
Codes of conduct are policies including rules such as maintaining honesty, attitude, and respect (Traveler, 2009) for co-workers, the organization and customers. Only by separation of personal ethical choices in the work place, will an organization succeed and flourish. It is never appropriate for any employee, management or otherwise, to conduct business for personal gain. The people who become harmed lose trust, confidence, and the expectation of themselves and of the people who chose to put their personal ethical choice before the needs of the customer and business.