Morals & Ethics


A-man-without-ethics-is__quotes-by-Albert-Camus-52(1) Confucius : The strength of a nation derives from the integrity of the home.
(2) Swami Vivekananda : Bear in mind, my children, that only cowards and those who are weak commit sin and tell lies.  The brave are always moral.  Try to be moral, try to be brave, try to b sympathising.
(3) Anguttara Nikaya : Abandon wrong-doing.  It can be done.  If there were no likelihood, I would not ask you to do it.  But since it is possible and since it brings blessing and happiness, I do ask of you : abandon wrong-doing.
(4) Psalm 50.23 : To hi who orders his way aright, I will show the salvation of God.
(5) Mundaka Upanishad : Truth is victorious, never untruth.  Truth is the way.  Truth is the goal of life, reached by sages, who are free from self-will.
(6) Adi Granth : Liberation comes from living the holy Word.
thght971(7) J. Krishnamurti : The accepted morality of greed, envy and hate is the way of the establishment.  When you totally deny all this, not with your lips but with your heart, then you are really moral.
(8) Sri Sri Ravi Shankar : Whenever human values are found missing, all -isms remain in books as success, but really not on the ground.
(9) Friedrich Nietzsche : Morality is the best of all devices for leading mankind by the nose.
(10) Bertrand Russell : We have two kinds of morality side by side : one which we preach but do not practise and another which we practise but seldom preach.
(11) Woody Allen : There are two types of people in this world —- good and bad.  The good sleep better, but the bad seem to enjoy the waking hours much more.
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