Tag Archives: Morality

C.S. Lewis on Why to Be Moral


  . . The sort of idea that the word Morality raises in a good many people’s minds is that it’s something that interferes—Morality is something that stops you from having a good time. In reality, moral rules are directions … Continue reading

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C.S. Lewis & Ken Wilber on My Truth, Your Truth, and Morality


. “The moment you say that one set of moral ideas can be better, you are in fact, measuring them both by a standard, saying that one of them conforms to that standard more nearly than the other.  But the … Continue reading

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Love & Friendship—How Do You Know *You’re* Ready for a Real Relationship?


. How do you know when you’re actually ready for a relationship? Not just how do you know when you’re available emotionally for a relationship, but how do you know when you’re healthy enough to be an asset to a … Continue reading

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Becoming More Awake, Enlightened, and Conscientious


Becoming More Awake, Enlightened, and Conscientious We do not become enlightened by avoiding what is unpleasant and difficult to look at and acknowledge about ourselves; rather we become enlightened by becoming more honest and aware of our own weaknesses and … Continue reading

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