What Would Buffy or I Do?

What would Buffy or I Do?
Many people in the world are faced with ethics on a daily basis. The question is, “What is ethics?” According to the online dictionary ethics is “The study of the general nature of morals and of the specific moral choices to be made by a person.” In my opinion, I believe ethics is a broad term and that everyone has their beliefs. Ethics in my opinion is what one feels or believes is right from wrong; ethics also may consist of what one’s religious background calls for and doing what the law requires. As Jason Kawal said, “When faced with dilemmas we might ask ourselves. “What would Buddha do?” “What would Jesus do?” or perhaps “What would Buffy do?” and we then try to act as they would.”
Today, people are put in the position of making decisions that is based on their lives. We are constantly asking ourselves “What is the right decision to make? Will this decision affect my life or others? Is it the truth or a lie?” In the words of Manuel Velasquez, “one has to take these into consideration whenever one is making daily decisions.” In the television series Buffy the Vampire Slayer, Buffy has to deal with ethical decisions based on her life.   These questions have put Buffy in the toughest position. Each episode has its ethical decisions, but the main ones I would like to focus on are in the episode, “Becoming: Part One and Two.” In these episodes Buffy comes to realize the problem at hand and has to decide what is the right thing to do. She must act in a smart and quick manner and enforce or act upon her final decisions carefully. As comparison to my ethical decisions I had to make in my life I was just like Buffy.
Buffy has come to comprehend what her life is all about and now she has to start weighing her options. Buffy wants to give up vampire slaying but at the same time she knows that if she gives up slaying many people are endangered. Several people don’t know it but Sunnydale has to depend on Buffy to keep the city safe. In the...