Morality is subjective. When someone is born, that person has no sense of what is right, what is wrong, and what is considered the norm. Over time, whoever raises the child, the environment and society around the child, and the experiences of the child will determine what the child will believe what is right, what is wrong, who is good, who is bad. Morality also changes over time. A hundred years ago, a woman showing her ankle would be considered scandalous. In the U.S today, this is obviously not the case. But it is the case in some middle eastern countries. What is morally O.K one day is not the next.
Morality changes from region to region, and is reliant solely on the region you grow up in. Knowing this, why do some people consider themselves morally superior to others? Why do people consider their religion more accurate than another religion?
More importantly, why are certain things universally looked down upon in all cultures? Why is lying wrong? If it would benefit my in the long run, why shouldn't I lie?
This ties into many social issues in today's world, I'd like to see what WiiChat has to say
Discuss, and pick apart my post as you see fit.