“The Ten Commandments are the Guidelines, the Commands and the Direction God intended for our ‘morals’ to be based upon.  Many people feel that they understand the ‘moral’ obligations of life, but in so many ways they interpret the obligations to make them comfortable for themselves.

Sound moral behavior involves one’s conduct, standards, values; also, whether or not he or she is virtuous, sound in mental habits, physical habits, actions, and what type of principles one holds in regard to charity, respect, opinion, involvement, and their method and line of communication through actions and words.

Morals play a very important part in our whole life.  They project, radiate and brand our values and standards on everything we do, everything we are involved in, every position we take, every stand we make, every step we take.”


“How do you affect the morale of your home, where you work, at school, or in social gatherings?  How does your behavior affect the morale of other people?  Is it joyful, strengthening, hopeful, interesting, infectious, or do you create moodiness, negativism, boldness, fear, injustice, crudeness, callousness, arrogance?

Daily morale for one person or a large group is an important part of every person’s life.  It would be good to examine one’s conscience, one’s behavior, one’s morals every day and be just in this examination, giving an unbiased decision on what effect you had on the morale of everyone you came in contact with.

Always be alert that Holiness begins with our morals, and how we reflect our Holiness, our morals, is in many ways how we affect the morale and the morals of others.”

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