Individuals who have strict codes of moral behavior can't accept the concept that a situation, however complex, can wholly determine a moral standard. And yet those who question the necessity of changeless standards often do so from the most compassionate motives—the desire to love rather than condemn people (including themselves) who seem to fall short.
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