In this video, I am going to show you my phone. Nokia 6350
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Here's my take. Morality starts as a duty and ends as a joy. Take martial arts, which I practice. In the beginning no one is very good at it, and they may not particularly enjoy practice. But they have a desire to someday be good at it and thus they do their duty and practice, even if they don't want to. After a while they find that they're better at martial arts, and then, hey, martial arts has become natural and easy. And because people enjoy things that they are good at, they begin to love martial arts. Insert morality for martial arts and that's my view.