Morality of free movement

11/23/2011 § Leave a comment

“Morality of limits”; where one imposes their standards upon another, attempting to force others to live within their perceptions. ‘Morality of Free movement”, where one lives by their own self-contained standards, and does not impede on another’s beliefs. Through acceptance, where one comes to understand that all are free to believe what they will, whether one understands those beliefs of another or not; not through tolerance where one believes what another thinks is wrong,  tolerates it, but in time attempts to change that thought forcefully  . Limits creates animosity, free movement creates standards worth following. One generates tensions and stagnation in amalgamation, the other collaboration and connective respect in a civil community. As long as one does not aggressively harm another, we all are free to think within our own realms and walk our own pathways.

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