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quote:Originally posted by UltimaThe way I see stage 7 is that it's a fairly nihilistic stance on morality. Where anything goes because it happens, therefore any action is moral and nothing is more right than wrong and it doesn't matter. So if you stumbled on some one being ambushed by "robbers" some one at stage 7 would not help since they would not want to influence whats happening since it must be moral because it is occurring  *confusing* Or if they were forced to get involved that would be moral also so they would fend off the robbers... You act on whatever action involves the least change from your normal actions and this must be moral.  erk stage 7 is a bit silly since there needs to be some level of moral standing of your normal actions... so if you were out and about looking for a fight and one stumbled your way, then it's perfectly moral to get involved regardless.wOw the world spins?
quote:Originally posted by Darthy VadarHum, the 10 condiments? Oh, I'm still thinking food... Sorry, wrong subject!
quote:s'OK, after all, Jesus died for our Salivation.
quote:I have been a christian pretty much all my life (about 10 years lol)and I have had a choice all the way whether to try and do what is right and follow the 10 commandments etc.
quote:And how do you know that people had religeon before Christianity?
quote:A quote from D. C. Lauís translation of the Tao Te Ching:XXXVIIIThe man of the highest virtue does not keep to virtue and that is why he has virtue. A man of the lowest virtue never strays from virtue and that is why he is without virtue. The former never acts yet leaves nothing undone. The latter acts but there are things left undone. A man of the highest benevolence acts, but from no ulterior motive. A man of the highest rectitude acts, but from ulterior motiveÖ