You have to love something in this world. There’s something you love to do. Whatever it is, you have to stay healthy to do it. If it’s eating, if you’re good at it, you’ll make the healthy stuff greater. It’s the moral shadow of practicality. Moracticality.
It’s important to have fun and it’s easier to have more fun with others.
It feels good to do right by others and it’s practical to do what’s right.
Contrary to popular belief, morality feels good.
It’s impractically hard to gain more than you need and not affect others in a bad way. If you’ve traded in your values for materialism, it’s hard to care.
When somebody says “but its the law”, then they don’t have a reason to back it in that case. But they usually will. And even double down.
People would just as soon change reality than shove aside their pretentiousness or hate. They need to be moractical.