Moral cosmopolitanism

It is the belief that world constitutes a single moral community in that people have obligation towards all other people in the world, regardless of nationality, religion and ethnicity.

All forms of moral cosmopolitanism are based on a belief that every individual is of equal moral worth, most commonly linked to doctrine of human rights.


A quiet and sincere confidence that comes from a realistic appraisal of your stature that recognizes you are doing well, while recognizing your shortcoming.

It is an incentive to continue to learn improve and do more.

Self esteem is aligned with authentic stature and is judged to be statsfactory and with room for improvement within a humble person.

Humility reduces our need for self-justification and allows us to admit and learn from our mistakes.


A deep appreciation for another’s situation and point of view.

  • sensing other’s feeling and perspective and taking an active interest in their concern.
  • empathy contributes to our ability to our ability to recognize the mental state of others and to take on their perspective.



We recognize what another person is feeling.


We actually feel what the person is feeling.


We want to help the person deal with their situation and emotions.


Empathy begin with awareness, understanding,feeling , caring, perceiving a similarity of experience and compassion. But the difficult part of empathy is taking action that ‘ truly helps another’.

To show empathy is to identify with another’s feelings It is to emotionally put yourself in the place of another. The ability to empathize is directly dependent on your ability to feel your own feelings and identify them. If you have never felt a certain feeling, it will be hard for you to understand how another person is feeling