Strong Moral Character

To better identify conduct in people and groups that are representative of trustworthy behaviors, we will also need to improve our understanding of the conduct that defines both trustworthy and untrustworthy behaviors. Trustworthy behavior is modeled in the ethical conduct we observe in people with Strong Moral Character and strong core center. Untrustworthy behavior is modeled as unethical conduct in people with weak moral character and weak center.

This is not to create bias or withdraw one’s love and compassion towards observing people that exhibit untrustworthy behaviors through weak moral character. When we see untrustworthy behaviors in ourselves we want to apply loving forgiveness as well as commit to heal our weakness through strong character development. As we identify trustworthy attributes inside ourselves we gain immense self-trust which helps us discern the levels of our trust that is appropriate to give to others.

The purpose is to make improved choices about where one chooses to place trust with others and how to build strong moral character and thus, build trustworthy attributes in the self.

Ego Pitfalls in New Age

In the New Age movement there is a common language used to shape belief systems that generally promote delusional fantasies about the nature of reality, through the denial of personal responsibility to recognize the difference between perpetrated deceptions and authentic truthful behavior. These attitudes reinforce weak character development with low moral values in those communities. Continue…

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