Taking a Look at Morality

1395 WordsJan 25, 20186 Pages
Morality has always been defined as the rules or standards governing the conduct of a human being according to the society and it selves. However, some people think that in order to have a strong morality one must first have a religion. On the other hands, others believe that there is no such thing as a having morals only if religion is involved. It’s hard to analyze because for many years we have been thought to believe that religion is a way of spirituality that will help our lives instead of corrupting it. I think that the main purpose of every religion is to help their neighbors and promote their God as the fully good and omnipotent which I think it’s a great action from the proclaimers of God. However, the fact that many religions are created to do good things that doesn’t mean that they always end up doing great things or that only those whom have a religion are capable of doing good things, or having good morals, therefore any one religious or non-religious can be moral. I believe that morals, ethics, and principles fell in the same category even though they have their differences. However, their main similarity is that the three of them are characteristics of every human being that were first conceived at home because is there where our education starts. We will move to each of the stages of life, especially those where it starts or where it all started and see how each makes its contribution to the formation of the individual, because they are not educated for a
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