I Am Not a Moral Perfectionist

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    Who Is?

      My view is that if a person has integrity, sound judgment, is truthful, sincere and honest; then such a person has a basically moral character. Add to these character traits, a genuine loving concern for the welfare of others which aren’t their friends and family...
    fungirlmmm fungirlmmm
    46-50, F
    2 Responses Dec 29, 2008

    Perfect Is Morally Bankrupt...

    Who the hell am I to believe anything is perfect? Moral perfectionism would be a scary goal to have. How very ******* boring.
    TheRealWoman TheRealWoman
    31-35, F
    Jan 24, 2009

    Its All Grey to Me

    My thoughts on what is morally "right" are very fluid. There are people that see things in black and white, while I almost entirely see things in shades of grey. I am constantly reevaluating what is wrong or right for me. As for what others do, I try never to judge the...
    autimom autimom
    31-35, F
    11 Responses Dec 30, 2008

    I Am, However, A Perfect Moralist!

    I have my own rules, based around how I was raised with the Torah, and my reflections on it, on who I am, where my place is in life, where I am going. 1. Honour God 2. Be truthful 3. Do not steal (in any way) 4. Treat all as you want them to treat you 5. Be yourself Just the...
    ToiledAraignee ToiledAraignee
    22-25, F
    3 Responses Nov 12, 2012

    These people are a holy terror.

    They would whip you black and blue (immoral action/reaction maybe) with highlights of green and titanium white. In order to achieve what they think of as moral. Where is the logic in that. It's so disturbing.
    BaReFooTSexy BaReFooTSexy
    26-30, M
    May 31, 2015

    First, You Need to Define What You Accept As Moral

    I truly believe that you first need to define what is morally acceptable to you, and others before you can answer this. I always set way too high expectations on myself - and I never meet them.   I have way too many areas in my life that I think...
    MizzBlue72 MizzBlue72
    36-40, F
    3 Responses Jan 1, 2009

    I knew everything when I was 18.

    I wish I knew HALF of what I thought I knew then. It seems to me that true "knowing" is realizing we don't know much at all. I have, however, learned a few things along my path. I've learned not to judge and say what I would do if I were that person - because I didn't walk...
    deleted deleted
    26-30
    4 Responses Mar 27, 2015
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