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Unformatted text preview: not obligated to feel guilty. It is a false assumption that others should agree with ones morals. Few morals may be fully accepted, but this is often a rarity. The fact that a child should be given anesthetic before surgery is most likely to be agreed by everyone. Despite that though, many of the morals are not as easily accepted. It is the differences between groups of people that allow this kind of segregation towards relationships, motives, and morals. Perhaps one would not understand why their partner were to differ from them on a moral level, but with an open mind it can be clear that their opinions are neither right or wrong. From ones view, cheating on the partner they have chosen to be with is completely unacceptable. Another may believe polygamy is perfectly normal. The terms right and wrong can only be agreed upon on by specific topics, but the gray spaces in between must be persuaded by family and culture....
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- Spring '11