What are MORALS????/

@shak143 (1280)
India
September 30, 2007 2:14am CST
In recent days the word which i heard more is "MORALS".that today's generation is lake of morals?what morals means?who created this morals and for why? is it really that much needed to follow?will you follow any?
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@eprado (1473)
• Philippines
30 Sep 07
Hello shak143, Moral values are inherit in each and everyone of us, it is our conscience. Hitler said it was an invention of the Jews. Freudians reduce it to the unconscious "superego" and adherents of Transactional Analysis explain it away as the internalization of the parental role in a person. For something that purportedly does not exist, the conscience certainly gets more than its share of attention. For most of us the existence of conscience is an evident fact, borne out by daily personal experience, and is as obvious a reality as our mind, heart, teeth and fingernails. We as human beings is endowed with different faculties, different capabilities of body and spirit. We can distinguish between what is true and what is false through the use of our intelligence. We can likewise differentiate between various sounds, sights and smells-hot and cold, loud and quiet, bright and dim, sweet and salty-by the use of our external senses. But it is through conscience that we recognize good and evil. Our life is made up of one choice after another, at times most of us make our choices base on our moral values. In making the right choices it is important that we recognize the existence of objective right and wrong to appreciate the value of conscience. This moral values or conscience directs our actions to the pursuit of good, a good which really exists and attracts us. For most of the time there is a tendency in our human soul that urges us with the force of a mandate to do good and avoid evil or the other way around. Growing up my parents have taught as good moral values and eversince I've make my choices base on this. From this values I have I can differentiate what is right from wrong. :-)