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  1. Moral – a set of rules (on a piece of paper).

    Morality is an introjected set of rules (perceived and followed).

    Ethics is a game without rules. You have “risen” above the commandments and act according to circumstances, guided not by rules, but by the principle of the greatest good or the least harm. This does not prevent you from accepting other people's points of view and moral codes when necessary. “You don't go to a strange monastery with your own charter.” But even from the ” alien monastery codes are not dragged.” We got into “high society”, put a napkin on our knees, elbows removed from the table, a knife in the right, a proper fish fork in the left, cognac is not dared from a champagne glass… When you get home, you calmly pour cognac into a faceted champagne glass.

    I wrote a big post about morals, morals, and ethics.

    Spirituality is something that is not “corporeal”. There are body interests (waist, bust, abs, sex, beautiful clothes, delicious food). There are interests of the spirit. Memory, consciousness, thinking, worldview, attitudes, goals, values, meanings.

    A person on the path of “spiritual development” can pass the stage of morality (“I read other people's rules”), the stage of moralizing (“I sell rules to others”), the stage of morality (“I apply other people's rules as my own”), the stage of ethics (“I do not need rules, I am guided by the situation and expediency”). It may not pass these stages, or it may get stuck on one of them.

    At the stage of moralizing ,the “novice spiritual person” pursues the environment in order to “force” them to accept a code that they themselves cannot accept (therefore, they sell it to others).

    At the stage of ethics, a person leaves others alone, reserves for them the right to independent evolution of consciousness, ceases to “speak in the name of God” (church, party, comradely court).

    In Indian mysticism, Buddhism, there is an “age of sannyasa” – the stage of renunciation of the worldly, asceticism. The person is “highly spiritual”, but looks like a homeless person.

    A person with a “high level of spirituality” is not necessarily polite, sympathetic, kind, pleasant, soft-hearted, “susi-pusi”, “mi-mi-mi”, “pink snot”. Shaolin monks force children from the age of three to bang their heads against a wall.

    There are not only “evil” (cruel, aggressive) spiritual people. Some are”maladaptive”. A person has moved so far away from the” worldly”, from civilization, that he does not take well the confused speech and stupid questions of a layman. Ignores or does not perceive at all (does not understand).

  2. Morals and morals are sometimes used interchangeably. But when a distinction is drawn between them, when speaking of morality, they mean mainly external conduct, and by morality a system of internal motivation.

    Ethics is a discipline that studies morals and morals.

    Spirituality in the secular lexicon often means the cultural life of a person. What in the religious lexicon would be called soul life. In contrast, spirituality in religious argot refers to the aspect of human life associated with building relationships with God.

  3. Morality is the trace of my actions in other people's views. Morality is my internal assessment of my own and personal actions and thoughts. Spirituality is my attitude to the all-powerful divine environment. I believe that I do not need intermediaries between my soul and the divine environment. Ethics are written and unwritten rules of personal behavior that do not interfere with your constant and variable environment.

  4. Morality is a system of values and laws of society, which are brought up from childhood in the family, kindergarten, school. A person is guided by them more often at a younger age in the presence of a respected adult, trying to please him. At the same time, feelings inside it can be contradictory. Internally, you can disagree with this behavior, or have the opposite opinion. In the absence of such an adult, a child (person) may act immorally. Morality is a system of values. laws, skills, abilities and willpower of each person, which he is guided by within himself and this is expressed by actions that are always correct outwardly, regardless of whether a respected adult is present or not. Morality and morality can coincide, provided that a person has a long-term skill in such actions and in the inner understanding (spirituality) that he would accept such an act in relation to himself with joy. Or they may not coincide, if a person is sure that he will remain unpunished and his inner conscience will not regret what he did. In a word, each person is faced with a choice: the moral (moral) act was done and the heart is light and light; the opposite act – and the heart is dark: hatred, anger, envy, judging others and justifying oneself, and heaviness. It will torment you until you realize your mistake. That is, a person will continue to do immoral things in the course of life and at the same time become angrier, more hateful, etc.When the limit of hatred comes from a person and he stops and thinks about morality. Here there will be a line – an overabundance of bad things in a person will make you think and radically change yourself! Then everything can be fine! But if a person says to himself: let everything remain like this, then spiritual death will occur.There is no turning back.

  5. that is, no one can recognize my ACTIONS as immoral?! but immoral easily. Spirituality – here the priest who confesses you can't object?

    with the first somewhere I agree and how to be in the second.

    and another question is how do you determine the difference between social morality and morality, I would be grateful for the link, I periodically return to the question . because I studied myself . and now there are a lot of children, I don't know how to explain anything to THEM. [email protected]

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