The title of today’s blog post does not refer to Albert Einstein’s theory. In the Senses Novels our characters are faced with many decisions and in making those choices they have to deal with moral relativity.
Moral relativity generally occurs when you are literally faced with the choice of two evils. In one of the novels, we see this when our hero has to decide if it is better to allow people to suffer or to destroy their tormentors.
We may not be faced with moral decisions of this magnitude, but we do have choices to make every day. Would you consider abortion a morally relative choice? How about capital punishment? What about lying to someone to spare their feelings?
We all want to believe that there are ‘degrees’ of morality, but I am finding it harder to see that. Making or not making the moral choice is always a personal thing. At the end of the day, the person that has to live with it is the one making the choice.
If you are interested in seeing how our heroes deal with these situations, I would recommend starting with the FREE download of the first book AURA. You can get the eBook at Amazon.
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