My mum was a very moralistic person. She exhibited goodness, taught the principles of right and wrong and showed me how to exhibit both.
Unfortunately, we won’t all share or exhibit the same morals. Sadly, that’s life, but morals are the most important thing we will have. They are what define us and sets us apart from other individuals. Morals set a standard of behaviour that is both important and desirable that when used in the correct way, will hold us in high self-esteem by others
Our lives should always be based on a moral compass by which we live our lives and which guide us each and every day and when making decisions. Morals are a reflection of who we are and of our spirituality. They are our right and wrong. In the longer term, it would be difficult to live without morals.
Not having morals not only affect the actions of a person but others too as it causes other consequences to happen outside of a person’s control, which is why it’s important for us to get it right. Morality allows us to direct empathy towards others and helps us make the right decisions around other people.
When we don’t have a sense of morality, we will begin to make bad judgment calls on some of our decisions.