Static ethics and traditional morality are just slightly superanimal. Ethics and morals become truly human when they are dynamic and progressive, alive with universe reality.  Human ethics and the natural consciousness of relative right and wrong were born from the concepts of the appeasement of ever-displeased spirits. 
Civilization is in danger when youth neglect to interest themselves in ethics, sociology, eugenics, philosophy, the fine arts, religion, and cosmology.  The evolutionary mind is able to discover law, morals, and ethics.  The ethical conscience and the moral consciousness is indispensable to human progress and survival.  Man’s understanding of ethics is only relatively true.  Secrecy, insincerity, and hypocrisy may obscure sex problems, but they do not provide solutions, nor do they advance ethics.  Man’s acquirement of ethical judgment, moral will, is usually coincident with the appearance of early language. 
Ethics is the external social or racial mirror which faithfully reflects the otherwise unobservable progress of internal spiritual and religious developments.  Ethical obligations are innate, divine, and universal.  The ethics of Paradise relationships are neither meaningless formalities nor the dictations of artificial castes but rather the inherent proprieties.  Ethical awareness is simply the recognition by any individual of the rights inherent in the existence of any and all other individuals. 
Ethics is the necessity for recognizing that the world and the universe are filled with a multitude of differing types of beings, and all of this magnificent creation, including ourselves, was not made just for us. 
Our sojourn on Edentia will be chiefly occupied with group ethics.  We will practice improved ethics learning in socializing with univitatia in Edentia.  The Significances of Origins teach ascenders how to apply spirit ethics.  Secoraphic Unions of Souls portray ideals and show the status of the universe to face ethic problems. 
Jesus never concerned with ethics as such. He was wholly concerned with that inward and spiritual fellowship with God the Father which so certainly and directly manifests itself as outward and loving service for man.  Greek philosophy, coupled with Paul’s theology, still forms the basis of European ethics.