Morality and Practical Principles for Social Systems

Morality is a group of choices, that we make, about who we are and what we do.

Morality is unique for every person. 

Morality evolves as we evolve. 

Morality is not ideology. Ideology is not morality. 

Morality is wisdom. 

Humans have failed to develop adequate social concepts and systems because we depend on competing ideologies. If we apply individual morality and wisdom, instead of ideology, we can develop ethical practical principles for social systems. The following points are offered as an example.

  • Being in harmony with nature is fundamental.
  • Keep simple and just community rules. 
  • Share responsibilities and benefits equitably. 
  • Assure health, safety, dignity, justice and opportunity for all.