-Ethics of Mental Processes and Behaviors-
When thinking of the nature of the mind I can never find a right or a wrong anywhere. Such things make no sense when you look at its process of existence and behavior.
The only things I've found to remain eternally present are: Truth, Deception, Intention, Impression, Circumstance and Situation. Also, it seems theses six entities work together in pairs in accordance with the laws of Cause and Effect.
First, there is a truth or a deception with in a cause.
Then, an act is committed within the limits of the situation and its circumstances.
And finally, after the act has taken place all that remains is an effect of an objective intention and a subjective impression.
The act and the effect are both, quintessentially, effected by the cause.
The cause, relies on a balance of desires that can be measured by the amount of truth over deception within the pros and cons of the preconceived event; the (sub-effect).
Next, the (sub-action) is added into the process.
The (sub-act) consists of a process of elimination between; possible circumstances and desired possible outcomes of the situation, (which is based off of the sub-effect)
Finally, the (sub-cause) or intention is divided bye the (sub-effect) + (sub-act) to bring forth a preconceived impression into actuality.
After this 'critique of cause' the objective is clear, the needs are simple and the process is easy.
Only the final impression is left to be subjected to the understanding of the receiving party... or is it?