Lecture 2.pdf - Fulfilling Human Nature There are inner values that have existed since birth in one\u2019s self Sympathy hate sadness hurt joy etc are

Lecture 2.pdf - Fulfilling Human Nature There are inner...

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Fulfilling Human Nature There are inner values that have existed since birth in one’s self. Sympathy, hate, sadness, hurt, joy etc are feelings that cannot be taught but are part of human nature. Good ethics are important in fulfilling human nature.
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Encouraging Good Deeds to Oneself and Others A person with ethics has a life with good deeds and behaviour, not just for himself but the good deeds are felt around him.
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Preventing Immorality People with ethics will feel awkward if they had to do something that went against their ethics. These ethics are a deterrent to any unacceptable deed done by a person, society and country.
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Creating and Maintaining Peace Without ethics, people will live in chaos and their souls will always be miserable. The calmness of the soul and harmony of life will only exist if every being in this world possesses high ethics. Thus ethics can bring about peace, happiness and well-being in the world.
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Continuation of Human Civilisation The development of technology not only ease and quicken our work, but also create disobedience. Good ethics practised by all beings can continue progress in any field. Thus, the human civilisation will continue to grow for the well-being of all.
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A Complete Human Personality The term ‘perfect being’ refers to a being who is complete physically, spiritually and intellectually. Perfect beings would not do things which are condemned by family, society and self.
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Maintaining the Status of Humanity Humans are the best of creations. They have been gifted with intelligence by God to differentiate good and bad actions.
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Moral Religion Moral rules are not recorded in holy books that can be followed by all religions Rules of the religions are recorded in holy books which form the guide to all worshippers Moral rules, followed or not, are only subject to the person’s level of awareness in a situation, without fear Rules of the religion and its consequences form the guide and teachings to its followers unquestioningly. Whether followed or not, it is held to be true. Interpretations of rules change according to the customs of a society.
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