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lukwago hilda

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How do you define your moral code? What influences moral codes and how do they affect our communities?

this questions require you to share how you define a moral code,what influences the different moral codes and how is our surrounding being affected both postively and negatively by the way we are choosing to '' live our lives'' .

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    Jul 9 2013: There is no true and ultimate moral. Everybody's is differentiated by where they grew up, how they grew up, and when they grew up. Someone born in alabama to a white family in the 1950s is likely to have racist morals. Someone grown up into a rich family, pampered by them, in today's society would likely have selfish morals.

    Our moral is also shaped all the time. Our youth is what shapes it, but we chisel away the bad parts as we live on. Hitler truly thought that killing Jews was good. Basically everyone sees that as horrible now. Morals are a very differential variable.

    There is no right or wrong, but we can do our best to coexist.
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      Jul 9 2013: thank you and yes i will agree. and that there is great need for tolerance as to peacefully co exist

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