Shui Grand View is a philosophy defining 130 factors that affect who you are. This is the
twenty-fourth article in a series presenting all 130 factors. Please refer to the
first article for a complete introduction to this
series. Today we will discuss Morals.
Your morals are a direct reflection of what you perceive as right and wrong. Although your morals and values can be derived from your religion, life philosophy, or culture, your peers and society’s moral standards can also influence them. Without discernment, these influences can affect your ability to think for yourself or make decisions that remain true to your personal moral fiber.
Today, easy access to social interactions via the internet, school, and religious functions, as well
as considerable exposure to various media and the political arena can alter your value system. As this occurs, you may find that your morals change or become more defined.
Morals are the foundation from which you make key life decisions, determining how you personally and publicly conduct yourself. They also play a significant role in how others perceive you, which affects your reputation. Most importantly, the quality of your morals affects your success and harmony within intimate and social relationships. For this reason, increase your awareness and examine your sources of information so that the morals steering your decision-making project the true