도덕 [dodeog] (sino-korean)
道 (도) – principle, moral, path
德 (덕) – benevolence, virtue
Moral standards are universal virtues that are nurtured in the family. Where do they come from? When we get to the source, we find that they are based on conscience. Most laws are based on Roman law, which can be considered the foundation of modern world civilization. Moral standards, on the other hand, stem from conscience, not from laws.
In an ideal society, universal values act. This means that all members of society strive to lead good and righteous lives. To achieve this ideal, people strive to build a society based on moral principles, in which all people live according to their conscience.
Peace and happiness depend on the development of people’s morals and spirituality.
Moral and ethical teachings have always affirmed that parents should love their children and children should be respectful of their parents, and that there are certain differences between husband and wife.
Every person has an inherent desire to conform to the original standard of morality. Moral education instills norms in people and teaches them to place the public good above personal interests. The essence of all moral standards is love.
Our common goal is to create a world of moral values where love is the norm of life.