2 results for 'conscience'
...normally do this....” or “I shouldn't do this”. In other words I'm going to OWE them something, whether it's stated plainly or not, farther down the road it will be used against me. I find myself obligated by their courses of action, especially obligated to do what violates my conscience. When I feel obligated and they don't, they can pull me into their deception, while keeping their distance. We will do well to notice these things and take into account that not all are friends to us and some delight to do harm and see us fall. First published in Opinions Of Eye... (more)
... such tranquility and serenity that we want to blossom in our children hinders the opportunity to set ourselves as model of transcendental values and religious beliefs. Recognizing this altruism in a parent-child relationship is an inspiration to learn from a child’s immaculateness and clear conscience. As parents internalizing a child’s superego through these moral principles helps them to be positive change agents in community and society. Such incorporeal narrations between us and our children enable us to control our own ego and maintain a balance between our material and spiritual... (more)
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