Morals

Our sense of morality is innate and I think can be quantified and measured.

Morality is a complex equation:

Our Idealized Society subtract the averaging of our lifetime optimal, par and sub par experiences and divided by our childhood experience.

Childhood is a critical time when we learn from our parents and peers what is acceptable behaviour and what is not.

The boundary between moral and immoral conduct are the transgressions of our childhoods – significantly, children with pets better learned not harming other living beings – but more, the actions we regret from childhood when we didn’t know any better because our understanding of the world was limited to our experience of the world, with no consideration that we are impacting the world and others.

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