what has become of morality today

Ghana
August 17, 2006 2:50pm CST
interestingly, the world is gradually advancing into a very dreadful era where little or no recognition is given to morality. Many times we hear old folks saying things related to this issue. Do we (the youth) really care?. i think post mordernism is showing us very bad results...
4 responses
• India
22 Aug 06
Without morality there is no life, as the technology grows the morality also grows, the both balances the world, u know morality still exists in every where, technology cannot beat the existance of morality.
@pisshole (493)
• New Zealand
22 Aug 06
It doesn't have anything to do with postmodernism. Most morality is arbitrary anyway. Most people know in their hearts what is right and what isn't.
• United States
21 Aug 06
What is morality, and who gets to define it? If you're referring to the so-called morality of the recent past, keep in mind that some people have said the 20th century was the bloodiest of them all -- hardly moral. But yes, things are getting worse, and that will continue, regardless of morality.
@sedel1027 (17850)
• United States
17 Aug 06
Morality still exsists. For it to carry on relies on parents. If a child is raised correctly, they understand and value morals. Teenagers and some young adults do not care, but as they mature and want to have a family of their own, morality is important.