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Let’s Find The Commonality And Fix Our Moral Compass

We're all connected in some way. Between any two people in the world, there's some common value or experience. Finding that commonality could be the best path towards a more morally-consistent world.


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We rarely question our own moral compass. But do we really know what shapes it?

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