We are taught the difference between what is right and what is wrong at a young age by our parents or guardians. What is classified as right or wrong can differ between cultures, races, ethnic identities, and by social class.We all have a sense of what is morally right and the relativity of it. There are specific traits and beliefs that are distinctive to every culture, race, and social classes, due mostly impart to the differences we have in what we consider to be morally right. The idea of universal moralsshows that through our cultural differences there is still a connection to the moral beliefs that we share, and shows that cultures are more alike than admit.
There are some beliefsand customs that are consideredmorallyjustified in some cultures but in another, they are considered to be morally wrong.