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The Moral Compass
The source of morals is the
Transcendental depth of your being,
of all beings—the essence and source of all that is.
Like the branches of tree,
all cultural moral codes emerge from the same trunk. 
Yet each is unique.
The laws of nature, moral codes,
are inherent in the land, the country, the culture
within which they emerge.
All things change over time,
even the laws of nature,
even moral codes. 
Just as looking through a clouded lens distorts the image,
stresses and strains in human awareness
distort the perception ...
Morality cannot be derived with the intellect. 
Anything can be justified with the intellect.
Morality emerges through wisdom, 

the integration of heart, mind, and soul.
The Transcendental source of morality cannot be grasped.  
Yet like the rays of the sun, the rays of the Transcendent, cal...
Morality lies at the quiet, still depth of your being,
beyond the access of judgment, emotions, and bias. 
Morality uphold...
Look Deeper
Live Better
with
Dr. Michael Mamas
www.MichaelMamas.net
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The Moral Compass

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Michael Mamas explores the source of morals, changing moral codes, and the relationship between morality and wisdom. Learn more on michaelmamas.net

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The Moral Compass

  1. 1. The Moral Compass
  2. 2. The source of morals is the Transcendental depth of your being, of all beings—the essence and source of all that is.
  3. 3. Like the branches of tree, all cultural moral codes emerge from the same trunk.  Yet each is unique.
  4. 4. The laws of nature, moral codes, are inherent in the land, the country, the culture within which they emerge.
  5. 5. All things change over time, even the laws of nature, even moral codes. 
  6. 6. Just as looking through a clouded lens distorts the image, stresses and strains in human awareness distort the perception of morality.
  7. 7. Morality cannot be derived with the intellect.  Anything can be justified with the intellect.
  8. 8. Morality emerges through wisdom, 
 the integration of heart, mind, and soul.
  9. 9. The Transcendental source of morality cannot be grasped.   Yet like the rays of the sun, the rays of the Transcendent, called the soul, illuminate and nourish all things.
  10. 10. Morality lies at the quiet, still depth of your being, beyond the access of judgment, emotions, and bias.  Morality upholds the integrity of life.
  11. 11. Look Deeper Live Better with Dr. Michael Mamas www.MichaelMamas.net

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