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Why are people who follow morals and principles more weak in all aspects of life than non ethical, un moral people [this includes both males and females]. Have you ever seen morale and ethical people as party animals? Have you ever seen moral ethical people are favourites in families. In fact, family stands on ethical and moral people. There are families with morale and ethical females as moms and there are families where father is moral and ethical but still he doesnt even get the Gar Ka khana. Can anyone try to explain this? Whaere are these ethical and morale people lacking?

Tags: relationships, families, entertainment
Asked by Chandra Shekhar, 03 Apr '10 10:00 am
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Sai Ram. I don't agree with your statement. One can be quite moral and ethical and still be successful in all spheres including family life and worldly matters. As for success and failure in a particular area, one's efforts may or may not bear fruit but one's morals should not change because of that.
Answered by Venkateswaraswamy Swarna, 03 Apr '10 10:19 am

 
  
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One must have a clear conscience, who said that party people are immoral and bad, its mindset of people. If i eat, drink or party with my own money, life and time then i am not immoral.
Films and certain tv shows have spread this negativity about western culture about partying, clubbing and enjoying. I can enjoy my life and at the same time be responsible.

You confuse morality with honesty. yes honest people are getting the stick. People who say that corruption, injustice, prejudice should go ultimately get whacked. I am moral with western and Indian values since I know my limit.
Answered by kamini joshi, 03 Apr '10 10:41 am

 
  
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