A Moral Conscience
Conscience is an aptitude, faculty, intuition or judgment that assists in distinguishing right from wrong. Moral judgment may derive from values or norms (principles and rules).
There are many reasons to take the time to know more about what is going on around you. The crisis in your life has emerged from an abandoned thought or emotion of the past.
Can we regain control of ourselves again by returning our minds back to the sanity it once had or should our acts be repressive because they are much saner than the thoughts we have today.
Can we understand what is happening without panicking and can we see the difference between right and wrong?
Surely, taking the time to gather our thoughts, we can see what we lack and what created the tension within us so we can fight back.
Do I choose between my own privacy, my personal autonomy or do I give into the passions to be part of a communal obligation, an impassioned conscience and sober humility or the reality we face today?
Do I choose between my personal obligations or spur the thought to join others and skip my own moral conscience and work on what we have lost and not just because we failed?
The answer lies somewhere between your own moral conscience and the manner you were brought up with the very same values instilled by your parents, your mentors, your friends and your soul.
Choosing the moral conscience is never easy.