General Sense Of Right and Wrong

Most real people, in contrast, have a conscious. Not only do they have a general sense of right and wrong, but they also under how their actions affect others. When a person’s conscious is telling them to do or not to do- something they experience through emotions.

Your conscience and your’re conscious are two different things. Your conscience is part of your personality that helps you determine right and wrong. It is what makes you feel guilty when you do something bad or good, when you do something kind.

The conscience is a part of your ego that contains information about what is viewed as bad or negative by your parents and by society, all the values you learned and absorbed during your upbringing. The conscience emerges over time, as you absorb information about what is considered right and wrong by your caregivers, your peers, and the culture in which you live.

Your conscious, on the other hand, is your awareness of yourself and the world around you. It means being aware and awake. The conscious mind includes everything inside your awareness which includes thing like perceptions, sensations, feelings, thoughts, and memories.

Even though Conscience and Conscious are two different things, they are related to one another.

While conscience and conscious are often confused. An easy way to learn the difference is: Your conscious is your awareness of yourself and the world around you while your conscience is your ability to distinguish between right and wrong. Your conscious allows you to behave in this world, while your conscience in the world in morally and socially acceptable ways.

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