What tells us that there is absolute justice? not just after death but before death here at earth.Why do we need absolute morals? How can there even be absolute moral in every given setting.You always hear from religious people "Well then Stalin,Hitler got away with it!"....if there's no hell then everything is ok! So? if that's the case then let's prevent these things to happen in the future! We all have these moral feelings,senses within whether religious people like to admit it or not.I honestly think we get our morals by instincts and through survival.We couldn't have made it on our own anyway we kinda had to get along.There are great forms of justice in the world,but not equally
"rational" of course we have to apply to a standard what's good and what's bad for society and peoples life.
I think a immoral action is a action that potentially could provide suffering to someone else.If you've done something you shouldn't.I think you would kinda feel bad, because most of the time you can understand how it would be to be in a situation when someone feel unfair treated.Because you have been in a situation like that maybe before.We all have gone through life and sometimes felt unfair treated of some kind.
I see no signs or anything that there's a absolute justice,morality at all.No demonstrations of any kind.Let's get together and build a better world by hard discussion,reasoning,science and secular morality.Thanks that's all for now.Hope someone enjoyed my readings!
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