Ethics: A set of principles of right conduct; a theory or system of moral values.

Morals:Of or concerned with the judgment of goodness or the badness of human action and character.

Paradox:  A seemingly contradictory statement that may nonetheless be true.

(All definitions taken from American Heritage Dictionary.)

 Proposed maximum morality equation:

  Max Morality  = Love for Fellow Human divided by Indifference

War - Peace Paradox: Fight Wars to Win Peace

Diamond-Water Paradox: Water more valuable when dying of thirst in the desert.

Murder-Paradise Paradox: Fastest path to Paradise  "blow up innocent people through matryrdom.

Why "the silence" of World's Religious/Ethical Leaders, especially Shiite and Sunni Religious Leaders and Scholars  in condemning this Insanity of Humanity

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