Monday, 28 March 2011


Conscience is the complex of ethical and moral principles that controls or inhibits the actions or thoughts of an individual or more clearly the inner sense of what is right or wrong in one's conduct or motives that impels one toward right action, conscience can actually emerge from oneself through discipline and lessons taught through out his or her life. As I promised to you before, I will elaborate a little further into what is actually being considerate is all about. Conscience is about considering other people's interest, which means if you are going to do something then you should think about what is the consequence going to inflict on the others. The simplest example available is if you are driving in a car, then consider what is it going to happen if you are to change lane without any signal or at least any preemptive measures like checking your rearview mirror or checking your side, this is sometime taken lightly but the impact is very actually deep, why do I say deep? now check what if your are the one being threatened with this type of driving and furthermore you are riding a bike at a speed, what would you think of the driver?

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