Morality is, "Those actions and behaviors that lead to the good health and well-being of individuals and communities."  This definition provides a simple test of morality for each action and behavior.

 

All laws, rules, and regulations ever enacted are laws intended to govern morality.  All laws are written for one purpose, to clearly define which actions and behaviors are in the best interests of individuals and communities.

Morality is not arbitrary or based upon prejudice.  Morality stands on its own and is guided by reasonable, objective observations of health and well-being.  

An action or behavior is immoral not because someone decrees it so, but because those particular actions make someone sick or miserable. 

Insofar as an action or behavior causes sickness and misery, groups (government, churches, businesses, fraternities, schools, etc.) and individuals have the responsibility to restrain those behaviors so that living beings may enjoy a moral life of health and happiness.