My own #morality was summed up by Mr. #Spock; "The needs of the many outweigh the needs of the few". I'm rather a #nihilist, believing that life does not inherently have meaning, but that, of course, we can determine meaning therein for ourselves. For myself, I find most meaning in learning and in loving. Being a part of a community and contributing to that community, learning as much as I can and using what I can to serve the community, to me, this makes sense, is meaningful. I believe, as do the #Buddhists, that chasing only after our own desires is never-ending and ultimately unsatisfying. Not that satisfaction can't be found in satiating some desires, just, that's fleeting, and each desire fulfilled can lead to more unfulfilled desires, an endless cycle. Being part of something larger than ourself, however, can be quite rewarding. A balance can be found. To satisfy some desires, this is not "bad" at all, but if/when satisfying my own desires infringes on the rights of others to pursue their happiness, or harms others, then it is counterproductive. We work to see all in our community satisfied, their needs met, first, and then desire satiated, as much as possible, because the needs of the many outweigh the needs of the few. So, we #learn, we #love, we work together so that all our needs are met and our desires quenched, as much as possible, without denying others, without taking from others, so that the maximum of happiness, love, learning occurs for the benefit of all. This, it seems to me, is logical and most satisfying. When we separate ourselves from the whole, seeking only our own desires and harming others to satsify them, we are never satisfied, and ultimately become quite miserable. True #happiness comes with #unity, love, #compassion, and, of course, learning. This is just how I see things. I do not propose this as any kind of absolute. It works for me and makes sense to me.