When was the last time you asked yourself: what is the moral code you live by? And if you wrote a list of the guidelines within that code, what would they be? Frequently we will trot out the golden rule that we should treat others as we want to be treated ourselves. But morality gets more complex than that. Expand from there and the guidelines we fall back on usually originate in Christianity or within other religions — be that Judaism, Islam, or Buddhism — even though we are an overwhelmingly secular society.