We are making ethical decisions all the time. Ethics, at its simplest, is how we make choices about our behavior based on what we consider to be ‘right’ or ‘wrong.’ These terms ‘right’ and ‘wrong’ carry with them historical, cultural, as well as personal values and a binary way of looking at the world. What might be consider ‘wrong’ 150 years ago, in most of Europe, homosexuality, is accepted or at least respected as a personal choice. In parts of the world, introduction or facilitation payments are common, while in other parts of the world these are considered bribes and likely to result in imprisonment. In this chapter, our working assumption is that ethical behavior demonstrates our moral values in action and is the basis of our daily lives and how we relate to others.