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Sid Kemp says
I think morals are personal to each individual, although they may be culturally generated. Your morality is a special part of your spirit. I agree with you on the legality.
Chad Young says
Be responsible for our own thoughts and actions toward others . . . such a simple and small act to care and love your neighbor or the driver on the freeway that accidentally cut you off. Look inside your heart/emotions and be compassionate.
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An AYM says
Very good answer. I make a distinction in my answer elsewhere, between democracies and non-democracies. Because in non-democracies, the laws only reflect the morals of the rulers. But in democracies, certainly everything you say is very true.
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Rina Pinto says
If there is a God, I doubt that's what he intended.
Oh, my that's a frightening answer. I guess we can all go have a hoot of a time being prejudiced against women and the non-religious and stoning people we don't like!
Everything matters...the bible is a starting point, as books have followed and speak truths revealing scientific clarity...there are many words in the bible that have very little to do with god...read it sometime..lots of murder, deceit, adultery,etc
That's pretty one sided. There are country's of people dying of curable diseases, where is god when those people are crying, the truly needy. I love how everything gets boiled down to "just ask God", Looks to me like God says No.
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