Quote by Ernest Hemingway
I know only that what is moral is what you feel good after and what is immoral is what you feel bad after.
This quote highlights the concept of personal morality and its connection to our emotions. It suggests that the basis for determining moral or immoral actions lies in our individual sense of emotional satisfaction or dissatisfaction. In other words, if an action brings about positive emotions or a sense of well-being, then it is considered morally acceptable, whereas actions that produce negative emotions or guilt are regarded as immoral. This viewpoint emphasizes the subjective nature of morality, as it varies from person to person based on their own emotional responses.
Twenty to twenty-five! These are the years! Dont be content with things as they are. Dont take No for an answer. Never submit to failure. Do not be fobbed off with mere personal success or acceptance. You will make all kinds of mistakes; but as long as you are generous and true, and also fierce, you cannot hurt the world or even seriously distress her. She was made to be wooed and won by youth. She has lived and thrived only by repeated subjugations.
If you think only of yourself, if you forget the rights and well-being of others, or, worse still, if you exploit others, ultimately you will lose. You will have no friends who will show concern for your well-being. Moreover, if a tragedy befalls you, instead of feeling concerned, others might even secretly rejoice. By contrast, if an individual is compassionate and altruistic, and has the interests of others in mind, then irrespective of whether that person knows a lot of people, wherever that person moves, he or she will immediately make friends. And when that person faces a tragedy, there will be plenty of people who will come to help.
Every song has a composer, every book has an author, every car has a maker, every painting has a painter, and every building has a builder. So it isn't irrational to take this simple logic a little further and say that nature must have had a Maker. It would be irrational to believe that it made itself.