What ARE THE 5 DIFFERENCES between people who lead a RED life(a life w/passion, engagement,
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Liberal versus conservative. "Do what feels good" versus "do what rules define as good".
You also get morality of "if it feels good it is good" versus "do what is good".
We need a balance between the two for a functional society, and I disagree that a "gray" life is immoral. Wrecking things and then saying "but I had good intentions" leads to bad outcomes.
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