Everyone has a conscience, but do you listen to it?

@buccha (59)
Philippines
April 9, 2010 5:51pm CST
Conscience is the judge of right and wrong, when we feel something weird if we do or did something wrong, thats conscience.
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@jinjer168 (1597)
• Philippines
10 Apr 10
Yes, of course i listened to my conscience most of the times because i will never ever go wrong when i listened to it. Its better to obey good than evil, you will feel good whenever you've done something good and feel guilty after choosing to do bad things, its the conscience that let us feel the effect of what we have done.
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@ghieptc (2525)
• Philippines
10 Apr 10
I think conscience is the inner sense of what is right or wrong in one's conduct or motives, impelling one toward right action. We listen to it like jinjer168 told us, It is better to obey because our conscience character hurt.
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• Philippines
10 Apr 10
Yes I listen to it thats why I keep doing what is wrong. I hope everyone does. But sometimes they just ignore their conscience that makes me feel bad as a human. We are gifted to have this conscience and yet we dont use it.
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@Lena25 (51)
• United States
9 Apr 10
I do listen most of the time because it will guide you into doing the right thing when you know what you are about to do is wrong. So let your good conscience be your guide. Just take a moment to listen. I know most people do not listen but the best thing to do is take a moment to pause just for a second and your train of thought will lead you in a different direction. Try it next time and you will come out on the winning end of the stick.
• Philippines
16 Apr 10
yeah. I really listen to my conscience. I think that it is the way that God communicates with us or advices us. I think listening to our conscience is the best way to know whether what we did are wrong or not. Conscience rocks!!
• Philippines
12 Apr 10
Yes, My conscience has a really big influence over me. Sometimes I do things based on my conscience. I have to admit, I get in the worst trouble when I own up to something or admit to something I've done because my conscience told me to do so. Everyone gets that kick in the gut when they know they're doing something wrong, but still go ahead and do it. When I do something wrong, my conscience usually kicks me in the gut as much as it can. I've learned to find ways to ignore that kick and it's really hard to do. The times that I actually ignore that kick are the times I feel really bad. I know what I should do. So to keep a clean conscience, I try to stop ignoring it and do what I'm supposed to do.