Considering their ancient religious (Christian) roots, the above norms can be regarded as general rules for all people. In this case, ethnic origin, social position, political views, place of living, living standards and other factors are easily ignored. In my opinion, observance of general ethical norms helps to keep harmony in such multinational countries as Australia, United States and Canada. As a Canadian citizen I come across their ubiquity in everyday life.
At present I am an independent personality with rich life experience. It helps me to understand importance of Christian ethics and morality for all people. Many of them are non-Christians and even atheists, but problems of evil versus good or sense of life are universal. Such ethical norms are unlimited. I am a disabled veteran of Department of Army of Canada. My opportunities are narrower as compared with healthy people. For example, it refers to level of social activity, doing sports, traveling. “Aside from obvious cases of physical disabilities, such as loss of a limb or paralysis, a large percentage of discharged servicemen and service woman suffer from post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) and other mental illnesses, thus disabling them.” (Ryang, 2006) Nevertheless, my present state should be considered as negative and disadvantageous. Ethical norms have been assumed as a basis of modern jural state and social relations. In Canada a large portion of state budget is intended for social support of the disabled. It includes not only social/disability allowances, but also helps them to remain full-fledged citizens and lead quite active social life. According to Sonia Ryang, only 23% - 40% of disabled veterans get a full scope of social allowance and services. This problem is actual even in such highly-developed countries as the USA or Canada, where the number of Iraqi or Afghan disabled soldiers grows steadily. They are entitled to home care free of