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Because we want goodness from our children, we need to help them cultivate a moral compass.
Is it not now the case that the world has lost its moral compass and is looking for it?
An erudite critique of modern efforts to demonstrate God in the light of moral experience, Bryne's work remains bound by the Enlightenment reduction of religion to a moral compass.
The caper, however, thrives on that monkey in the middle, the spoiler whose ineptitude or latent moral compass blows the whistle on the threesome's meticulously worked-out scheme.
If there was ever anyone who had their moral compass pointing in the right direction, it was Les," said Margy Urnberg, ADAO National Representative Director and former Libby resident.
When I look I try to find where is our moral compass from the days of the dawn of civilisation we learn that mothers are to be respected by all," he said.
Even the appearance of Newcastle-born Anne Reid at the end of the first episode failed to get that moral compass pointing in the right direction.
CORONATION STREET The former Naval recruit's moral compass is about as erratic as a submarine in the Bermuda triangle.
Like the French aristocrats isolated in Versailles before the French Revolution, they don't have any sense of shame and have lost any sense of moral compass.
Like the French aristocrats isolated inVersailles before the French Revolution they don't have any sense of shame and have lost any sense of moral compass.
He's a fit young guy with no moral compass, an uncontrollable ego and a problem keeping his tackle in his trousers.
Brown came to power, unelected, but with a supposed moral compass.