I’ve often wondered exactly what is meant by my “moral compass“, by which I mean that a compass is a tool to help you get from A to B whereas the phrase appears to refer to fairly fixed views on morality and life in general.
What set me thinking about this was an article in the Sunday Times about a website in the states that has set out to explain the moral compasses of various religions. Although limited in scope it is well presented and spurred on by this I took my own online moral compass test and this was the result.
|You scored as Citizen, Congratulations. You are a Citizen. You probably believe that no one is above the law, and that the law is what makes life easier. You probably dislike chaos in all of its forms and, odds are, your dwelling is neat and tidy. Combine this result with your second to get your answer.
Not sure about the neat and tidy bit!