One’s own actions should justify themselves the doer
The doer should not justify his actions.
An ethic is how one chooses to act when chose is laid before him
A moral is a belief that is lived by and breeds ethics.
Words much as ideas are relative if not practiced with selfless action,
Either enlightenment or righteousness being peace or contentment-
Cannot be achieved when one materializes metaphysical concepts such as
Love or that of peace which is only found within and should not expect others to abide.
The concept of god has been laid false for the sole reason that people materialize god
Materialization of any great concept will not succeed, when one materializes the love of their spouse
The marriage is headed for ruins much as any relations.
The materialization that has come about has led to doubt and blind cynicism of life itself.
This form of thought is led by arrogance and a love of knowledge, yet knowledge being-
Powerful can corrupt one’s mind.
The matter being intelligent is to do so in spite of knowledge, therefore the act of knowing-
Large amounts of knowledge hinders one’s mind from being in a intellectual state of mind.
Said state of mind relies on one’s mind to cope with possibility of two opposing ideas being Equally right, as well as ineffectual knowledge that does not benefit one’s life other then the vain accusation of knowledge is useless and can render one useless in an intellectual means.
Faith is the reasoning to act upon metaphysics, to act out of love for any one would rely on faith, as well tolive by any code of conduct or any means that involve ethics or moral, especially when one is relying on
others, for the most part faith is to live beyond one’s own standards and to act upon moral and ethical belief. Children without knowing live by high sense of faith molding them to who they may become, with a more developed mind they opt to act for themselves and when one lives unto themselves they cancel out faith, so faith requires selflessness as well do most belief systems thus one who lives for himself can not understand god or the matters of faith and ethics, nor the matter of knowledge relativity. although one choosing not to believe in god is personal choice, one choosing not to believe in others believing in god is selfish action and of unjust character.