Philosophical texts can be abstract and spend lots of time debating the reasons why we should not lie, cheat, steal, or harm, but ultimately many ethical systems agree on what we should do in daily life. The list here will contain practical tips on what we can do to increase our ability to do what we already know is good, preferable, or right.
Here are a few ideas:
* tips for sticking to a vegan or vegetarian diet (or links to other source that appear to be most helpful)
* tips for cultivating compassion so that we have the mental resources for being nice to others (e.g., metta meditation or something like it)
* tips for communicating effectively so that we do not create hostility and so disputes do not escalate into conflict (e.g., Non Violent Communication by Marshall Rosenberg)
* self-talk that helps us to make a good choice in difficult circumstances
Perhaps this page (or another page?) would list specific acts that might prompt people to positive action. An example from an earlier conversation was donating a kidney. Others would be donating blood, or bone marrow; volunteering (perhaps with specific recommendations);
The page could go off course, so here is my attempt to draft the opening line of the wiki and set some expectations:
This page will contain a list of practical advice for helping people of all backgrounds to stick to core ethical beliefs and commitments. Entries should be brief with links provided to more detailed discussions where needed (add a new wiki page for detailed discussions if needed). The methods described in the list should have universal or nearly universal appeal and should not assume adherence to any particular religion. Note that an entry for "not eating pork" would be relevant but an entry that relies on a specific religious act would not. Part of the intent it to simply mention ideas and initiate a thought process.