Nothing brings me greater joy than seeing joyful people enhancing their happiness by making ethical decisions. "Joy" is the one of the most precious & cherished words we say and feel. There are many appropriate synonyms, but I especially love the character of people who choose to use this simple three-letter word to express their happiness. The incredible Make-A-Wish Foundation chose "joy" as one of their three inspiring words to officially describe what children with life-threatening illnesses feel as a result of being granted a special wish. It is common to hear exemplary parents use "joy" to describe the enormous happiness they feel while ethically raising their exemplary children. I have found that "joy" users are kind, compassionate and peace-loving. Throughout our lives, we are ultimately confronted with numerous ethical or non-ethical fork in the road type decisions. I am amazed how often, and under what circumstances, I see "joy" users naturally choose the ethical path. There are countless examples I can think of to explain my joy/ethical link analysis. I would like to discuss just one heartwarming example that I recently encountered while living my joyous life.