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Is it always good to have morals first before you follow the laws and rules?


In the case of a lifesaver who was removed from his job because he saved a drowning man out of his area of jurisdiction. There are a lot of implications of the act of saving a drowning man, what if the man died, leaving your post is unlawful etc.?

 

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    James Dubreze (Coolbreezing) 4 years ago

    Good comment raciniwa. Life is indeed the most to be considered, but I wonder which among the laws that are not in adherence to morals are you thinking about or perhaps you can provide examples to those morals which to you are not legal. The example

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