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What Is "morality" But Things Not Important Enough For"laws"?

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Posted by Whittier on July 10, 2002 07:05:29 UTC

Morality is a personal choice.
If the government or your neighbors
try to enforce "morality" on matters
which have not been made into law,
what is the meaning of that?

I suspect it is a black market legal system
for a group whose brains are hardwired differently.

Rome did not collapse because folks had too much freedom. Rome collapsed due to not attending to facets of management, most of which were not even understood yet in their time.
Examples:
1) Being cruel does not make the nation stronger.
2) Neglecting "meaning of life" does not make the nation stronger.
3) Entertainment does not necessarily meet the information needs of culture.

So, that's why I don't peep in your windows to see if you're watching skin flicks.


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