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Daily Prompt: Morality Play.

 

Certainly family background, faith and as one grows older philosophical world view plays a part.

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    • Morality plays

      Go around the world, the word morality we understand changes slightly as we shift corners-what do people perceive good moral behaviour is?

      We see, what acceptable to some may not acceptable to all, normal to some but not normal to others and some culturally practised, but not to others-the same to beliefs and so forth.

      Yes, to some extent morality is seen to have derived from family upbringing. Parents want their children to have morally acceptable characters in a place they live in; doing anything opposite may be even considered deviants that amounts to immoral?

      Philosophical worldview plays a part; I think yes, children may not even think like those I mentioned above anymore as they grow older. They experienced something different than their parents.

      Time period surely a factor, it shapes people’s mind, for example, the beliefs, which was practised and acceptable hundred years ago no longer today. In Madagascar, dead bodies are exhumed every year or periodically because their belief the spirit must be looked after, not many would agree to this practice…

      My philosophy is that I would allow others to decide what theirs. I shall look over the window learn quickly if I’m away from my own clan-I wouldn’t dispute with others.

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