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Conscience / Fear of Wrong Doing

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"Conscience / Fear of Wrong Doing" (Ottappa): Conscience, or fear of wrong doing, refers to the internal sense of right and wrong that guides our actions and decisions. It is the ability to distinguish between good and bad, and to act in accordance with what is right. Developing a strong sense of conscience can help us to make ethical and moral choices and avoid harmful actions.

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Conscience / Fear of Wrong Doing


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