What is YOUR definition of morality?
You seem to not have a real grasp on the workings of the world or life and it's about time you LEARNED the true understanding of morality? I suggest you write a hub and if it is NOT anything like mine, then I guess you're SOL.
http://hubpages.com/hub/Is-Your-Problem … -Knowledge
Morality is the ability to feel, to live. If we knew that we had no set expiry date, why would we bother to do anything in life?
Life is a something to be greatly treasured and enjoyed. Death is another adventure, another gift.
I actually directed this specific question to a specific hubber, who thinks that they have a true grasp on morality. But, I do like your answer and I encourage you to read the hub I've attached to the question.
You don't have to, but I do encourage it. Thank you for your reply. It is very much appreciated.
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