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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: I would say that living your life without negatively impacting someone else's life is the first and most important. The golden rule is not relative to todays society, as religion would rear it's ugly head. For example, a gay person treated like a westboro baptist person would like to be treated would cause the gay person great distress, and therefore would be negative impact. Religion, as a whole, is the most positive, and most negative influence we have on morals today. The problem is, the negative side usually wins.
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      Jul 9 2013: thank you ...and am guessing you have answered the question from a religious view....right ?
      • Jul 9 2013: Having been brought up very religious, I can only say part of me sees what things could be like if everyone followed the teachings that most religions share in common, but that is not where I am coming from. Religion really is the best, and worst of things that can happen to people. Maybe it would be better to say people are worst things to happen to religion, because it's the people that mess it up. The view I am seeing would be Native American if I could put an actual title to it, so I guess it would be spiritual. We are all connected, the Earth, water, sky, rocks and especially the beings.

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