The Rivalry to Succession Through Moral Confrotation Essay

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The Rivalry To Succession Through Moral Confrotation: No matter what generation, group, race, nationality a person is born from, every individual around the world is taught at a very young age by adults certain rules of morality needed to interact with society. Some families, with a strict and old fashioned father as the head of the household is used as a role model to guide children to take important actions mostly by their religion. No religion proved to this day, is neither perfect nor right. Arguments and rumors between citizens and leaders of the clergy have been challenged and continuously debated for hundreds of years and is expected for many more years to come. An individuals character is built by their beliefs between what was taught and shown, what is fair and what is unfair, what is acceptable and what is punishable by law if commited and acted upon unjustly against another person, place, or thing. Although the color of skin, race, customs, or type of language spoken by either a male or female is different , we are all born with free will, which determines what ones life will become according to the choices the person thinks is correct and can be accepted then supported and spread by followers. The Mahabharata, one of India's and Southeast Asia's oldest pride in literature, describes the moral struggle between cousins grouped as the Pandavas and the Kauravas. These two groups of warriors lead a life following a code called the DHARMA of the KSHATRIYA. Their duty was said to master the use of all weapons and protect the people. A constant clash of disaggreements between the two groups caused an unbalance and important neglect of a fair system in which citizens followed and obeyed. Vanity, envy, greed, lust, anger, gluttony among other vices deteriorated the way of life the Pandavas and the Kauravas were sent to teach and ultimately led to the exile of the Pandavas. Jealously and unfair game played by the opposing group lead to The Great War and eventually they both stray from the path of righteousness. Moral discipline and guidance…