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#104 - breadnsteak (06/26/2016) [-]
oh shit! that does not look good for me.
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#64 - inuyuru (05/12/2016) [-]
Ethics and morals go hand in hand. The ethics you apply affect whatever morals you value.

Take the whole pro life, pro choice thing. The Christian community (for the most part) are pro life and another community (let's say atheists ) are pro choice.

Even murder and rape is a case of ethics affecting morals. Look at the muslims and the shitty way they view women. Most don't know better, they've been brought up to believe that's the right thing to think. But going through life, you may choose to reject those ethics in favor of a different set that suits your morals.

For example: My mom was raised in the nation of islam (the entire mom's side of my family is muslim) and for a while, that's just what she thought, until she grew up, met my father, and learned that her ethics and morals weren't concrete. I remember her saying to me that she never ate pork until my father's mother cooked bacon for her, and she loved it. Or that she was unaware that women could wear pants and that it was just something she thought was normal.

See, like I said, your morals and values are basedd on what you experience in life. And most people change them later in life based on learning new things.