That which is considered morally right, beneficial and to our advantage.
That which is considered extremely immoral, wicked and wrong.
- To grant pardon for a wrong doing.
- To give up resentment and the desire to seek revenge against the wrongdoer.
- The ability to make choices voluntarily and independently.
- The belief that nothing is predetermined.
Fairness; where everyone has equal provisions and opportunity.
Principles and standards determining which actions are right or wrong.
A penalty given to someone for a crime or wrong they have done.
Deliberate immoral action, breaking a religious or moral law.
- Pain or distress caused by injury, illness or loss.
- Suffering can be physical, emotional/psychological or spiritual.