What is important for you? A non-religious code of conduct or religious code of conduct?
We all have been bombarded with religious teachings or logical yet antagonistic teachings since childhood. Now being adults, what do you prefer? If nothing from the above choices, then what kind of code of conduct do you follow?
Well, barring physical or mental ailments such as OCD or Tourette's syndrome, a self code of conduct is REQUIRED to follow any other code of conduct. So a self code of conduct.
I am typically an all inclusive kind of person. With that said, I view code of conduct on a human level as well as. I believe there is a code of conduct we should use when in the community or around other people. On a personal level, there is a spiritual code of conduct that we individually build between ourselves and the Creator.
by Debra Allen 3 years ago
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by nightwork4 5 years ago
do you find religious teachings against homosexuality offensive.science has proven that being gay is something your born with. how can loving another adult be wrong?
by Van Lal Hmangaih 2 years ago
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by Person of Interest 6 years ago
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by Cyber Lawyer 8 years ago
I'm thinking about putting together such a draft code of conduct. The basic idea is to make the forum rules more transparent and specific, which should make it easy for everyone to see what is allowed and what is prohibited.It would be voluntary for people to sign up to it, of course - at least to...
by Muhammad Asif 3 years ago
What was the religion of Alexander The Great?I'm just asking this question to increase my knowledge, I believe that everybody has his right to have his own ideology
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