This paper is an analysis of my main personal strength and weakness in relation to moral intelligence, as well as an analysis of my personal ethical code that serves as a guide for me to resolve future ethical dilemmas.In analyzing my personal moral strength it is important first of all to consider the moral competency inventory (MCI). MCI is the first serious system designed to measure the moral intelligence of an individual. It is a questionnaire originally designed by Lennick and Kiel (2007) that is available online which enables an individual to immediately carry out a self-assessment.After carrying out a self-assessment, it came out strongly that forgiveness is my greatest strength. This is true because I always find it easy to forgive people even for very serious mistakes. This particular habit of mine has attracted as much awe as it has criticism from my colleagues and peers.One of the main advantages of being able to forgive others is that it creates an opportunity for us to be forgiven in turn. This is based on the premise that we all make mistakes. When we punish others for every tiny mistake they make, then, of course, the least we can expect is to also be punished whenever we also make mistakes ((Lennick amp. Kiel, 2007). Forgiveness begets forgiveness just like violence begets violence.However, this does not mean that some form of punishment should not be applied in certain situations. When dealing with a child, for instance, a carefully crafted system of rewards and punishments helps them to grow and make proper choices. But even in such a case, the punishment is meant to be educative and not punitive (Trevino amp. Nelson, 2010).Forgiveness is one of the great tenets of various religions including Christianity. The purpose served by forgiveness in maintaining human bonding and affection is quite important.