1 Sep 2013

Why Apologize?

In a perfect world, there would be no need for apologizes. But because the world is imperfect, we cannot survive without them. One of the clear conclusions of athropologist is that all people have sense of morality : Some things are right, and some things are wrong. People are incurably moral. In psychology, it is often called the conscience. In theology, it may be reffered to as the "sense of ought" or the imprint of the divine..

It is true that the standard by which the conscience condemns or affirms is influenced by the culture. For example, in Eskimo (or Inuit) culture, if one is on trek and runs out of food, it is perfectly permissible to enter the igloo of a stranger and eat whatever is available ( I guess so, my conclusion in biology class, sir vj) . In most other Western cultures, to enter an unoccupied house would be considered "breaking ang entering," an offense punishable as a crime. Although the standard of a right will differ from culture to culture and sometimes within cultures, all people have sense of right and wrong....

When one's sense of right is violated, that person will experience anger. He or she will wronged and resenful at the person who has violated their trust. The wrongful act stands as a barrier between the two people, and the relationship is fractured. They cannot, even if they desired, live as though the wrong had been commited.... Something inside the offended calls for justice..yeah... Justice...! 
It is these human realities that serve as the basis of all judicial systems...

That is all that I can conclude... To be continued... Sabar adalah iman.. Hehe =)

- Good evening and assalamualaikum wbt....  




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