It's called orthopraxis, and I'm rather a fan of it. To be good is to do good, essentially. I admire the lack of bullshit inherent in that worldview, as fuzzy as defining 'good' gets. I suppose that makes me a humanist, then. I have no idea whether or not I believe in a god, or gods, or a flying unicorn that's invisible or Betrand Russell's orbital teapot. None of it seems relevant to me. Oh, sociologically, culturally, emotionally, religion interests me a huge amount. But it's always from the outside. And let's face it, the problem of evil is not going to be solved by me rushing through nodes in a desperate crackpot quest-based rush in an hour and three quarters. So, I'll confine my view of morality to the following: Don't be a dick unnecessarily. If you ever suspect you might be being a dick, you are and you should apologise. If you never suspect you might be being a dick, you certainly are and you should just walk around with a Post-It marked 'Sorry' stuck to your forehead to save a lot of time. Do research, question, look for evidence, then form opinions on the basis of that evidence and advocate for them until someone proves you wrong. Then go away and think about it some more and advocate for whatever you come up with that makes sense. And give any spare change to panhandlers, because you'll barely miss it and it's a dick move not to, even if they're being really hostile about it.
FailureQuest. 5/20, or was it 6? Already lost count. Cock. 1 hour 39 left.