do you consider morality a burden?

Should you think about your duty, or about the consequences of your actions? Or should you concentrate on becoming a good person?

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osgart
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do you consider morality a burden?

Post by osgart » Fri Oct 28, 2016 5:37 am

to me it means you care at all. That you take joy in the welfare of good people. Lets face it morality aint a corrupt tax. It means you love life and those who honor their commitments and relationships. Give life and see a better world to live in. Dont get rapped up in your own wanton selfishness for gain and beating the other guy to smithereens. Life is a gift to the moral.

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Re: do you consider morality a burden?

Post by TSBU » Fri Oct 28, 2016 8:23 am

osgart wrote:to me it means you care at all. That you take joy in the welfare of good people. Lets face it morality aint a corrupt tax. It means you love life and those who honor their commitments and relationships. Give life and see a better world to live in. Dont get rapped up in your own wanton selfishness for gain and beating the other guy to smithereens. Life is a gift to the moral.
I don't have morality I think. I sometimes consider my knowledge about human mind a curse.

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Re: do you consider morality a burden?

Post by Hobbes' Choice » Fri Oct 28, 2016 9:44 am

TSBU wrote:
osgart wrote:to me it means you care at all. That you take joy in the welfare of good people. Lets face it morality aint a corrupt tax. It means you love life and those who honor their commitments and relationships. Give life and see a better world to live in. Dont get rapped up in your own wanton selfishness for gain and beating the other guy to smithereens. Life is a gift to the moral.
I don't have morality I think. I sometimes consider my knowledge about human mind a curse.
You do not seem to have ANY knowledge about anything, let alone "human mind".

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Re: do you consider morality a burden?

Post by TSBU » Fri Oct 28, 2016 10:03 am

Hobbes' Choice wrote:
TSBU wrote:
osgart wrote:to me it means you care at all. That you take joy in the welfare of good people. Lets face it morality aint a corrupt tax. It means you love life and those who honor their commitments and relationships. Give life and see a better world to live in. Dont get rapped up in your own wanton selfishness for gain and beating the other guy to smithereens. Life is a gift to the moral.
I don't have morality I think. I sometimes consider my knowledge about human mind a curse.
You do not seem to have ANY knowledge about anything, let alone "human mind".
You seem to have tour head full of crap, let me alone XD.

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Re: do you consider morality a burden?

Post by Hobbes' Choice » Fri Oct 28, 2016 4:21 pm

TSBU wrote:
Hobbes' Choice wrote:
TSBU wrote:
I don't have morality I think. I sometimes consider my knowledge about human mind a curse.
You do not seem to have ANY knowledge about anything, let alone "human mind".
You seem to have tour head full of crap, let me alone XD.
Boo hoo!! "leave me alone!"

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Re: do you consider morality a burden?

Post by TSBU » Fri Oct 28, 2016 4:27 pm

Hobbes' Choice wrote: Boo hoo!! "leave me alone!"
:roll:

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Re: do you consider morality a burden?

Post by Hobbes' Choice » Fri Oct 28, 2016 5:19 pm

TSBU wrote:
Hobbes' Choice wrote: Boo hoo!! "leave me alone!"
:roll:
Now you are the oompa loompa.

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Re: do you consider morality a burden?

Post by Harbal » Fri Oct 28, 2016 6:14 pm

When people practice morality I think it is in order to avoid the even bigger burden of the guilt they would have to carry if they didn't practice it.

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Re: do you consider morality a burden?

Post by TSBU » Fri Oct 28, 2016 6:34 pm

Hobbes' Choice wrote:
TSBU wrote:
Hobbes' Choice wrote: Boo hoo!! "leave me alone!"
:roll:
Now you are the oompa loompa.
:roll:

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do you consider morality a burden?

Post by henry quirk » Fri Oct 28, 2016 10:27 pm

Mine (such as it is): no.

Yours: absolutely.

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Re: do you consider morality a burden?

Post by Abunai » Mon Aug 07, 2017 3:56 am

If you're a strong believer in your own personal morality it's only a burden to go against it

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Re: do you consider morality a burden?

Post by JackSalad » Mon Aug 21, 2017 11:52 pm

I think to live without morality would be a burden as you cause others to become upset at you if you do them wrong and you wouldn't feel good about yourself by doing wrong.

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