“It is the mark of an educated mind to be able to entertain a thought without accepting it.”― Aristotle Morality is universal, or isn't it? The lenses we apply distort how we judge events and other people. An invitation to reflect on moral judgment. The line between right and wrong can tear you apart. We all experience the same reality, yet it seems that everyone is watching a different movie. That’s the problem with moral lenses — they can distort our judgment. Do your intentions define your personal morality? Or do your actions? Your answer to this simple, yet fundamental question, defines the kind of ‘ethical lens’ you tend to use.