Who’s to blame?

In the name of Allah, the most merciful. There is no God except Allah, and Muhammad is His messenger.

Sometimes we thought ourselves as to being who our parents shape us.Maksudnya, it’s something like the following:

Nak buat macamana, dah parents aku pun macam tu.

Aku dah di besarkan oleh mak pak aku, takkan aku nak jadi macam anak mak pak hang!

No doubt that parents, or probably our family influence our behvaiour the most. Like for myself, I am loud. due to the fact that I am brought up in such a family.

But, I think, that should not be the reason for one stick in mind when they are behaving inappropriately. I mean, for example when one commits crime, perhaps the parents’ upbringing should be blamed but I think that is not the main reason for one to act in such a way.

We do have moral conscience, right? 

So, where is it?

Then again, it rises the question of whether to behave morally is a learned behaviour or whether we simply know what’s right and what’s not.

Because, if it is a learned behaviour, than our generation is in so much trouble as to the belief that to behave moraaly right is because everyone’s doing it and not because, the real reasons of it being a good thing. Of it being the right thing to do.

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