Losing our marbles…I meant morals Morals... everyone talks about them , but how many of us are truly trying to stick to what we have been brought up with as morally right? How many of us are taking the hard road? How many of us are taking the risk , in the name of morals? Probably a handful. Being a Muslim and an educator I believe that what is right is right and what is wrong is wrong. There is no grey area. I believe that what is okay for the goose is also okay for the gander. I believe that you should treat the janitor with the same respect that you treat the CEO. I believe that underhand and unfair decisions and dealings will catch up with you, maybe not now, but surely someday. I believe that we as adults need to teach our children that being an adult is not easy. That following what you strongly believe in being right is going to loose you friends and possibly turn strangers into foe, but we need to teach our children that it's okay... rather humality in what is right than pride in who is right. Rather the long, tideous road with many obstacles than the road with no morals and make believe no consequences. I stand by what I believe in and I cannot be bothered about how many "friends" I loose along the way or how many people hate me simply because I believed in my morals and my values. At the end of the day, we live to make a positive difference in the world and if we can't be true to ourselves, we morally deprived and so is everyone around us.