I've been thinking alot about morality and what is right and what is wrong. Here are my thoughts
In order to understand man's relationship with morality we must first see where morality comes from. Why are acts in some countries considered taboo while they are considered ordinary in others?
Well it all comes from society. we are all animals really, highly evolved animals sure but animals non the less. Each species has a different survival method, like camoflash. Our survival method is forming groups and societies. Now of course killing a member of the group would make the group weaker thus killing is wrong, and of course we teach our children that killing is wrong and in a generation or two murder becomes morally wrong not logically wrong.
Now you must be thinking "what about the dark ages? There was murder and rape all around" and your right, this is were religion comes into play. Lets skip a few hundred years and assume that religion has become a international thing and say that most all societies agree that certain things are right and wrong. Now why are they wrong? That's because society says so and society says so because religion says so and the generation before said so, thus an entire generation comes to believe in a certain kind of morality and there are very, very few people that challenge society and generally it doesnt end well for those who do.
We must conclude that there really isnt anything that is right or wrong, there is only what society will let us do and not let us do and of course what we all as children have been taught to believe is right and wrong.
PS. This is all just my objective view on the matter, i personally am a religious person and of course believe in a higher power that decides what is right and what is wrong