Development of our personal ethics begins right after birth, and starts to take shape by learning family customs and behavior. As we age, we are pressured to conform to certain social etiquette’s that are created by religious and legal platforms that form society. From these social norms, and reactions to life experiences, we develop a set of moral principles that guide us through many life situations. Our personal code of ethics spurs our judgement, self interest, and character. There are many influences that change and challenge of ethical behavior. Morals are based on how we view life, they are forever changing and adapting too perception of new experiences.