There is nothing more powerful than a determined soul,
Who learns that morality is a varying definition.
“There are no right or wrong answers,” he proclaims,
“But instead conflicting interests.”
Conflicting Interests of power,
That define the very rights and wrong of our existence,
Conflicting Interests of Love,
That defines who is worthy of our grace.
Conflicting Interests of Joy,
That define the paths we take.
Conflicting Interests of Youth,
That determine the decisions we make.
“We are all governed by our conflicting interests,”
The immoral soul shall say,
“And nature is indifferent to all interests.”
Society defines our interests,
Through definitions created through law and religion,
And so a being will follow the interests of society,
Until it realizes that these mean nothing to nature.
Once this realization is reached,
Impetus is lost,
Until it is found in self formulated interests,
And then the immoral being will act upon its own whim,
And justify it,
Claiming the lack of true morality,
And the existence of conflicting interests.