Morality, virtue, ethics, legality, right and wrong are relative, temporary, mechanical.
Goodness is situational; kindness is personal. They demand mindfulness.
It is entirely possible—in fact we see it every day—for someone to be ‘moral’ or ‘right’ without being kind or good. Police officers sworn to ‘protect and serve’ all too often abuse or even kill unarmed people who did nothing harmful, just because they can get away with it. Betrayal abounds, even or especially between friends, family members and lovers. Continue reading Morality and Goodness