Do we, as people, need religion to be able to differentiate what actions are right from wrong? If one lacks religion, or a faith system how is it simultaneously inconceivable that one could still be a decent, successful (by their own definition), compassionate person?
Perhaps I’m slightly biased because I grew up with deaf parents, but out of the two I think I could do without my hearing because for me giving up the ability to see the world around me is irreplaceable; there’s so much visual beauty in the world. It’s practical and I would be able to enjoy music and such through vibrations.
So, would you rather lose your eyesight (but have been able to see at one point) or your hearing (but be able to feel vibrations, of course)?
Any and all feedback/input is welcomed!