We are born with the instinct to know and feel what is right and what is wrong. That is our moral sense.
Morals are concerned with the principles of right and wrong or conforming to standards of behaviour and character based on sound principles.
These principles of moral sense help people to make choices that are in harmony with the environment they find themselves in, but nowadays many people struggle to make a distinction between what is right and what is wrong.
People may have a moral conscience but sometimes when they make a bad decision things gets out of hand and soon they lose sight of the difference between right and wrong. In a situation like that, a person may believe that whatever he or she is going – no matter how wrong it may be – is OK.
That can cause disorder, social problems and chaos in communities, resulting in instability.
You can be a moral and upright person, but one wrong step can lead you astray and you if you travel far down that path, coming back will be difficult.
Therefore, in whatever circumstances you find yourself in, try to maintain your moral conscience, integrity and honesty.
Observer, POM, 14-Mile