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BloviatingBuffoon BloviatingBuffoon 70+, F 10 Answers Oct 11, 2012 in Hobbies

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We cant be sure what is or is not moral, thats why throughout history it changes because we're learning.

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Morals change.<br />
Long ago, love of family was supreme,<br />
when people say blood is thicker than water.<br />
Last century, love of country was supreme,<br />
when people say: united we stand, devided we fall.<br />
Now, love of all mankind is supreme,<br />
when people say the world one country and mankind <br />
its citizens.<br />
All this is ba<x>sed on the divine education of God.<br />
When we love all mankind, love of country and love<br />
of family are included. Now we stand for a world<br />
civilization with our developed minds and efficient<br />
gadgets.<br />
For millennia, our love of family was almost unchanged,<br />
and now with new morality, many people still feel<br />
unfamiliar with it. It may take many more centuries<br />
for this concept to permeate our spiritual beings.<br />
Anyhow, love is eternally love as the foundation<br />
of all existence. Change basically occurs at the root,<br />
but signs appear first on the top with fresh leaves,<br />
flowers, then fruits.

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I love how u eloquently explained ur side on this

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morals are relative to each individual but having said that I think the moral standard at the moment is under a great deal of pressure to drop.

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Morals change. The fact that in society exists a moral spectrum does not.

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morals seem to change alot mine do only when i believe they need changing then i take the time to reevaluate my life and look everything i have done over again and see what i could do better with new morals and then try again with more knowledge and better sight of my goals

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morals seem to change, but it important that they remain the same for humanity to full develop.

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Morals seem to change, or at least, our definition of morals.

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