Definitions: (1) dealing with or capable of making the distinction between right and wrong in conduct or character; (2) designating psychological support that involves approval and sympathy <moral support>

Synonyms: Moral implies conformity to established sanctioned codes or accepted notions; ethical suggests the involvement of more difficult or subtle questions of rightness, fairness, or equity; noble implies moral eminence and freedom from anything petty, mean, or dubious in conduct and character; righteous stresses guiltlessness or blamelessness; virtuous implies the possession or manifestation of moral excellence in character; a straight arrow exemplifies honesty and moral uprightness.

• A crime in one society can be a moral requirement in another. — Frank Patrick Herbert Jr. (1929-1986) Chapterhouse Dune {1985}
• If your morality gets in the way of your humanity, it’s time for another look. — Gerard “Jerry” Vincent Hubert Downs (1949-) American photographer & writer
• Above all, we must realize that no arsenal or no weapon in the arsenals of the world is so formidable as the will and moral courage of free men and women. — Ronald Wilson Reagan (1911-2004) 40th President of the United States
• Morality is not a simple set of rules. It’s a very complex struggle of conflicting patterns of values. The most moral activity of all is the creation of space for life to move onward. — Robert Pirsig (1928-2017) Lila {1991}

Inspiration: We have made a searching and fearless moral inventory of ourselves. — Number four of the Alcoholics Anonymous twelve-step program {Founded in 1935 by William “Bill W.” Griffith Wilson (1895–1971), American salesman and co-founder Robert Holbrook Smith (1879–1950), aka: Dr. Bob, American physician and surgeon.}

Symbol: the caduceus (Moral Equilibrium) [a winged wand entwined with two serpents]