Morality And Immorality
Moral behavior goes to the core of what is acceptable,
to those formulating it. It is mainly set out in writing.
Detailed in codes, philosophy, religion, or culture. Immoral behaviour, applies to conduct that does not meet the expected standards, based mostly on what is considered harmful behaviour.
Religions pride themselves on their different moral edicts. They are not the universal keeper of morals. Secular society incorporates morality in its legislation, laws, codes, philosophy, literature and culture.
When good, or moral behaviour is breached, the Abrahamic religions, Christianity, Judaism, and Islamic, state in their writings, how punishment occurs. In secular society, punishment is now, mainly left to the judicial systems. Some aboriginal populations have adopted their own forms of punishments.