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If the moral standards you live in your daily life are formed because someone is making you be good, then you actually only have someone else's restrictions and not your own personal convictions of that moral principle.

When our daily standard of living is formed because of our own personal convictions rather than some other persons restrictions, it is the very same life that we are living, but we are living it for a very different reason.

When you are tempted to not live your standards anymore and the person who was making you be good is not watching, only your own personal convictions will stand the test, not the other person's restrictions.

Cordell Vail

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