Me: Whatever I do is between me and my conscience. Who are you to tell me?
[a moments silence, droplet’s falling in the bucket from the soaked roof in my sleep]
Them: We are your conscience!
Conscience is a moral faculty. This voice within is not intellectually reached, but experienced at an individual level.
Mathematically, polar singularity is a weak singularity. Usually a polar singularity is the kind of thing that happens with latitude and longitude at the poles, where a latitude of 90Â° causes changes in longitude to have no effect.
Polar singularity is a simile to our conscience, where-by an incorrect moral decision causes changes in events & situations to have no effect. Moral decisions stem from the conscience, but evolve into gaurdians of our mind, body and spirit. So I know.
My conscience hath a thousand several tongues, And every tongue brings in a several tale, And every tale condemns me for a villain.
[William Shakespeare’s Richard III]