What is true morality?


I find it utterly disgusting how, in our current and pathetic excuse for a so-called “society”, people still have no fuckin’ clue what true morality is.

Most people still cling to the erroneous belief that morality is somehow “contextual”, like a set of arbitrary and cultural guidelines that suggest, or worse, “edicts” that erroneously assume to “impose” a way for people to live, on the bullshit basis of “dis is how we like it here, in dis neck o’ the woods”.

That is just “culture” and “society”, which are just emasculated terms for what more or less translates to “localized form of behavioural and social engineering”, or in other words, mind-“control”.

Here’s one of my articles, where I explain why individuality is infinitely more important than “culture”, and why “society” is a deceptive notion, in its inception: https://www.philoliasophos.com/always-being-genuine-and-truthful-also-why-society-is-a-lie/

Anyway, what is TRUE MORALITY?

In brief, morality is the spiritual principle that facilitates good, and rejects evil.

Now, to recognize what morality is, we are to aptly define good and evil.

Good is the infinite and unlimited, unbound aspect of spirit and consciousness, and evil, on the other hand, is the retarded and self-unaware aspect of such.

There’s infinitely more to talk about, and that’d be another conversation; as for the behavioural aspects of it, among other things, one could say that the only evils in existence are all the acts that facilitate a degradation in consciousness.

Murder – the initiation of “lethal force” against someone who has either not initiated such, or someone who may have done so in the “past”, but is now a changed person, and is no longer initiating malice.

Theft – taking from someone else, that which has not been rightly earned or voluntarily given.

Assault – same as murder, but without necessarily involving lethality.

Rape – the violent initiation of sex, with another person who has not voluntarily agreed to have sex.

Lying – deliberately attempting to deceive, through means of making claims that the perpetrator knows, thinks or at least believes are wrong, false or untruthful.

Coercion – initiation of “threats”, as a means attempting to manipulate someone.

Exploitation – attempting to deceive, through means of deliberate manipulation, obfuscation, misdirection, misinterpretation, etc.

Do note that the 7 evils are degrading, not just in context, but in concept, as well, because they all either involve, or are the result of a degradation in the expressed consciousness of the perpetrator, due to the ignorance, ill intent and malice involved in one becoming blinded by their hatred and disdain.

So, that’s what evil is; it’s very easy to define something limited, and evil is the very epitome of the delusions of limitation and unawareness.

In contrast, everything that is good, since it is infinitely more complex, intricate and beautiful, is far more advanced than the concept of description, but if we’re still to use words to “define” or “describe” something good, it is “everything that isn’t evil”.

In other words, good is everything that rejects murder, theft, assault, rape, lying, coercion and exploitation.

It’s funny how, in essence, everyone can agree that those 7 things are bad things, yet when you look at how most people carry out their erroneous belief in “culture” and “society”, they almost always have some variation of cognitive dissonance, whereby they’d generally agree that any of those 7 things are bad, but they make excuses for the very thing that they naturally reject, if they let themselves blinded by some form of social conditioning or mind-“control”, propaganda, or whatever else of that sort.

Like, most people’s obsession with “customs” or “rules” or “laws”… it’s disgusting to be in a world where a majority of “people” (if they even are that) are literally acting like mindless golems, to such an extent that anyone with a mind of their own would wonder if they’re not somehow actually robots or homunculi that just look like humans.

Think about it… what is a “law”? Everything to do with “law” is inherently immoral, because “laws” are nothing more than opinions, whims and beliefs, backed up solely by the “threat” of violence, theft, coercion and exploitation.

A “rule” is pretty much the same thing, albeit generally with “threats” that are not as severe, but either way, still immoral and coercive, and thus, as with “laws”, all “rules” are to be eradicated and thwarted.

Either way, it’s just a set of arbitrary bullshit, that have nothing to do with morality, nor with utility; besides that, “they” try to apply those “instructions”, regardless of morality or utility, either (a) in all contexts, (b) only when it suits particular agendas and (c) for everyone other than whoever’s scribbling the edicts on a shitty piece of paper.

As for the concept of “instructions” or “guidelines”, they are inherently a set of “stuff to do” that’s (at least initially) been concocted, for use in some particular context or situation; outside of which situation, that same set of “guidelines” are pretty much irrelevant. You’re not gonna fly a plane, in the same way you’re gonna drive a car, for example. Sure, there are similarities, but there are also differences.

That’s the thing. A conscious use of instructions is context-specific, and likewise also open to improvement, innovation, originality, inventivity and ingenuity, artfulness, philosophy, creativity, spirituality, and everything through which we actually facilitate evolution and elevation, among other things…

If someone comes up with a set of instructions for a particular something, that are actually good and effective, then do that. Then, if someone else comes up with greater ways of doing that something, or/and finds something that’s better than the first thing, in the first place, then go ahead and do that. Then, when someone else comes up with something greater than that, etcetera, etcetera, you get the idea.

Some people, perhaps would, at this point, still ask… but, what about group cohesion? What about effective organization in a “society” or “community”?

Even though that question pretty much answers itself, through what I’ve described, among other things…

Anyway, one of my answers to those questions would be, among other things, “what about cohesion?”

Have you heard of such a thing called “nature”, or indeed, all of EXISTENCE and veyond?

Only in depraved little trash heap “societies” like ours, is there ever gonna be anything as “edicts” and “policies”.

In every truly advanced civilization, things occur naturally and fluidly, because the people there are actual people, and they apply the principles of non-aggression and self-defence, and thus nobody tries to “coerce” or “deceive” anyone into doing or not doing anything.

Live and let live. Do no harm, but take no shit.

That should be the only “guideline” or “principle” that people should agree on. Anything else is a difference of perception, awareness and expressed consciousness (of varying complexities, intricacies and veyond), but which diversity would enhance the prosperity and evolution of everyone in that civilization, because people would have actually overcome their ingrained urge to get others to do things “my way, not yours”.

Love thyself, and love thy neighbour as thyself. For, in essence, there is no separation. There are different experiences and personifications of Myself, as Creator consciousness, expressing Myself in Ourselves, Creation consciousness.

To all of you who still struggle to find the love already within, and who would ask stuff like “Well, why would I love myself?”… I would ask, “why wouldn’t you?”

Love yourself, not because you “deserve it” (although you do), not because you “did a thing” that you consider good, and definitely not because anyone else may or may not love you.

Love yourself, because

Because what?

Love yourself, because. Love yourself for no reason.

Then, you will naturally find, that when what you do is born of true self-love, you will find a strength within that you’ve likely never even fathomed, for as long as you’ve hated yourself.

A strength that’s always been there, always is there, and will always be there… you just haven’t known it, until you’ve actually begun to truly love yourself, for no reason at all.

And when you’ll love yourself, you’ll always seek to excel, evolve, expand and elevate yourself, becoming greater and greater in every moment, than you were the moment prior.

Likewise, you will never want to do evil onto anyone, and you will definitely and defiantly, courageously retaliate against those who would.

And whenever you are confused about what is right and wrong, ask yourself this…

Whatever it is that you are doing, is it born of love or is it born of fear?

If you’ll honestly answer that, to yourself, you will know and comprehend what the truth is, or at the very least, you’ll be getting that much closer to knowing and comprehending… among other things…

Don’t be a coward. Don’t let fear influence you.

Express yourself freely and courageously, spiritually, creatively, wildly, loudly, proudly and defiantly… among other things…

Bravery is the refusal to let fear influence us.

Courage is the process and endeavor of overcoming fear.

Fearlessness is having risen above all fear.

Always be truly courageous, valiant, creative, spiritual, defiant and adventurous, wild, loud and proud… among other things…

Do good towards yourself, and towards each other, and always persist, rebel, defy and do what is right, for the sake of doing so, no matter fuckin’ what… among other things…

Anyway, among other things…

Why good always wins and evil always loses: https://www.philoliasophos.com/why-good-always-wins-and-evil-always-loses/

How to overcome the “pain and suffering” aspect of life: https://www.philoliasophos.com/how-to-plough-through-and-overcome-the-pain-aspect-of-life/

Always persist, rebel, defy, no matter fuckin’ what: https://www.philoliasophos.com/genuine-courage-fearlessness-and-the-meaning-of-everything/

Freedom and principles come first: https://www.philoliasophos.com/freedom-and-principles-come-first/

Everything is infinitely meaningful, unbound and more, among other things…: https://www.philoliasophos.com/everything-is-infinitely-meaningful-unbound-and-more-among-other-things/

Everything is divine and divinity: https://www.philoliasophos.com/everything-is-divine-and-divinity/

Never fear, and never be feared.

Always more and more and more creative, intuitive, intelligent, philosophical, soulful and spiritual, proud, strong and defiant. Courageous, curious, volatile, adventurous. Wild and loud and proud. Playful, teasing and mysterious. Conscious, confident and fearless.

Always question, remember, know and comprehend, among other things…

Nobody and nothing has a “higher claim” (nor any claim whatsoever) to our lives than we do.

There can be no “chosen” ones, and there are no “chosen” ones. Only I and we can save ourselves, and only I and we are responsible for doing so. All pain and suffering are always self-inflicted, and all evolutions and elevations are always self-facilitated, by us, form us, with ourselves; individually, infinitely and unlimitedly, as well as in every way whatsoever, and veyond the very notion and concept of “ways”.

Everything is always a choice, and the choice is always ours to make.

Freedom is never given. Freedom is never taken.

I and we are all and always and veyond ways, free and freedom, liberty, defiance, soul and spirit, care and love, imagination, will and intent… infinity, unlimitedness and veyond… among other things…

That is it and that is all… infinitely, unbound all the more… among other things…

Anyway, among other things…

“Creator” and “Creation” consciousness are not “separate”. They are both I and We and Me, infinite and unlimited consciousness, manifesting in different ways, and veyond the concept of “ways”.

Everything is always a choice, and the choice is always ours to make.

Always and veyond ways, I persist, rebel, defy.

Always and veyond ways, I and We and Me are all and always and veyond ways, infinite and unlimited, unbound, freedom, liberty, defiance, soul and spirit, care and love, imagination, will and intent, infinity, unlimitedness and veyond… among other things…



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