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Dabei seit: 11. Oct 2016

# 23.02.2018 - 09:14:10

Conscience When I was a child my parents told me what was right and
, school had its rules and church had its sins. To be a good boy, all
I needed to do was obey all the do芒鈧劉s
and don芒鈧劉ts. If I did, I was led to
believe I was following my conscience.This view of conscience can
carry into and through adult life so that
one芒鈧劉s perception of right and wrong is
shaped totally by the dictates of others. Is conscience just a product
of nurture? Are we mere blank moral slates at birth or do we have an
inherent sense of ethic from the get-go? I have come to believe the
latter is the case because of my own internal reflection from the time
of self-awareness in early youth, and the fact that society throughout
time has had the same basic thread of ethic. I have sensed right and
wrong from earliest memory. I芒鈧劉ll bet
you have too, if you reflect. It is there from the beginning just as
the homing instinct is within a migrating bird breaking from the
shell.We spend a lifetime tinkering with our conscience, testing its
, compromising, suppressing, denying and ignoring it in an attempt to
cheat life and gain unfair advantage. But it remains solid and true at
our core always ready to be re-discovered and acknowledged. We often
learn best by making mistakes and feeling the pain. It is those pangs
of conscience and guilt remaining with me for a lifetime that have
taught me the lesson to listen-up when conscience speaks.The first
step, however, is to reach within and decide what is your conscience
as opposed to that of another. Somebody
else芒鈧劉s moral dictate does not equal
your conscience. If we had been brought up in another society, with
other parents
, a different school system and religion, then the rights and wrongs
would be different and our
be different. Some societies practice cannibalism, infanticide and
suicide bombing because that is the way their conscience is groomed by
others. But the conscience I am pointing to is not contingent.
Conscience is like a receiver. We can tune it to the immutable law of
universal truth or try to tune it out. Nevertheless, it remains there
beaming to us whether or not we change the dial.To make conscience
dependent upon the whims and seasons of humans is to marginalize it
into ethical meaninglessness. For example, who to kill and how to kill
is formulated by military leaders and an ingrained patriotic
side in a conflict sees it as moral to kill the other. If we kill and
maim one or hundreds of people, as long as they are the enemy
, we are doing our moral duty and our
being properly exercised. In the legal profession, attorneys will
defend the guilty and prosecute the innocent and do so completely in
line with their conscience because the law (which others have devised)
dictates that such is proper and right. In medicine, physicians
prescribe drugs and practice surgery and other therapies that may do
more harm than good. But they do so in good conscience because this is
what medical school taught and it is in line with conventional
standards of practice. If a patient dies as a result of therapy, the
doctor can take comfort in thinking he has done all that can be done
as defined by accepted medical standards. His conscience is clear. If
a food manufacturer makes food composed of a variety of synthetics and
food fractions, that芒鈧劉s considered fine
as long as the food meets certain regulatory requirements and the
label is designed
product is perfectly legal to sell and the company need suffer no
problems with conscience regardless of the health consequences to
consumers. On the other hand, consumers feel they need only follow all
the societal norms to be of good conscience. Let doctors take care of
, the government take care of the economy, the military take care of
security, the attorney take care of disputes, the accountant take care
of finances, the church take care of ethics, and the food industry
take care of food choices. Sit back
, watch TV, overeat, pay the bills and follow the rules. All is well.
This surrender of conscience first became apparent to me during a time
in my life when I questioned the organized religion I was brought up
in because I discovered it was committed to conformity to human edicts
(church leaders), not the search for truth. This brought me to the
following question: If I were to deny such outside institutional moral
authority and be left alone with only my own conscience, would I
become a thief, rapist and murderer? To my surprise
, rather than a sense of amoral freedom, over time and with more life
experience I found myself like in one of those rooms in the movies
where all the walls start pushing in. Listening to the inner voice of
conscience was far more exacting, demanding, constricting and at the
same time liberating (the true inner me was in charge) than decades of
religious mandate ever was. Virtue is choice, not obedience
芒鈧€?a true (secular) epiphany for me. We think
we exercise conscience in our careers and personal lives, but few of
us do. We usually are following the choices others are making for us.
And these choices are too often designed primarily to benefit those
who are giving us our do芒鈧劉s and
don芒鈧劉ts. We are moo-ing along back to
the barn to be milked by the conscience givers. Surrendering to others
makes us too vulnerable to their self-interests. The end result
, all too often, is that we become pawns, victims, experimental
subjects, tools and objects of tyranny, resources and profit centers.
, we should reach out to become full human beings each individually
exploiting our full potential and helping to bring the world to a
better place through our own innate and cultivated inner
voice.I芒鈧劉m not sure how to properly
define conscience other than to say it is innate within our being, an
instinct to serve as an ethical guide. We will never come to know our
conscience, however, until we free ourselv.
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