When someone has morals they practice and know the distinction between right and wrong and good and bad behaviour. It should be something that is instilled in us from an early age and should be part of our moral compass.
Those people who are moral, understand what it means to be politically correct. It’s a question of ethics. Morality refers to personal or cultural values and codes of conduct, how we choose to live, how we choose to conduct ourselves and get the best out of life. I believe it is the most important thing we will ever do.
In our daily lives, it’s important we conduct ourselves appropriately. Being moral is something we can all be and if we’re not, we can certainly learn to be. In principle it’s something we can all have, but not something we will all achieve in our lifetime. We will always be judged on our moral conduct.
Living the moral life is synonymous with spirituality. In a broad sense when I talk about morality I am defining spirituality. Spirituality has everything to do with morality, ethical decisions, our sense of what’s right and wrong, our values, compassion and tolerance.
Morality is everything that spirituality stands for. Being moral allows us to live honestly and purely in a world that often forgets. Moral living and spirituality are very closely intertwined.
Being moral keeps us grounded as individuals. Keeping morality close to us, in the hub of everyday life will serve to remind us that morality and spirituality can pave the way for us to remain happy and content and at peace.
Being moral and spiritual also helps us to stay grounded and is something we should all practice. Morality and spirituality makes us better people. It’s right.