Just because a law is a law, does it really make it a law?
That’s the question I believe should have some attention paid to it.
We say we do things because they’re the right things to do.
What makes something the “right” thing to do? I remember writing a post that discusses this.
*I had to say that because I usually don’t remember what I write. I just know that I wrote something and it was dope.
The post talked about morality and the “thing” that guides our decision.
Is it the respect for whoever made the law? The idea that we should listen to whoever has the power to make decisions because they’re in the position to make decisions?
Or is it the idea that we just don’t want to get in trouble if we don’t respect their decision.
We may think a rule is dumb but, we also may not want to go to jail.
I know I don’t.