-What difference (or similarity), if any, do you believe is between the morals of your kintype and the morals of man?
Not really sure I had morals to begin with.
Let me expand on the "Not really sure I had morals to begin with" statement I made, excluding the "O.o;;" for the sake of discussion.
Morality implies that there is a right and a wrong, and that one can explain away what is right or wrong with these morals. But there is no right and wrong. Everything is, or it isn't. Potentially neither or both at the same time, etc. In order to have morals, one has to believe that there is a right, and there is a wrong, and there are actions/beliefs/thoughts/feelings/words that fall into either a right, wrong, or somewhere in between category.
This also indicates a need to justify one's morals, whether by saying everyone else does it, or by reasoning. Either way, justification wasn't something I did much before now. I didn't even reason this far. Everything was, everything is. If I did something, it was a spur of the moment thing. "Planning" and "reasoning" and "logic" need not apply. It's all too likely that's exactly why I'm here: "ooh, let's do that." Done.
Morality is a structure I have very little of, even now, in the sense that I'm likely to say one thing and do another, simply because saying that one thing, at that moment, made me look like a better person, and therefore more likely to get what I want.
Saying you're straight edge to a straight edge punk will give you more of a chance to go to their punk rock shows than saying you do drugs. Saying you believe in Jesus to a Christian makes it easier to avoid a 30-minute discussion on why you're going to hell. Giving money to charity may make you feel broke and wasted one moment, and kind and happy the next. Stealing may please you one moment and make you guilt-stricken the next.
At least, that's how it is for me. Never let me be the one to assume that everyone feels that way. What I feel comes and goes every minute. I'm impulsive as hell: I tell people I shop with to make me wait 5 minutes, because in 5 minutes my cheap-ass kicks in and I decide another piece of jewelry isn't worth the money that I could use on something else.
And planning ahead, looking toward the future, is something I'd never comprehended before being human. I'd never had to calm down and think about the repercussions of something. I'd never had to avoid doing something again. I was very hard to eliminate, very hard to contain, and very hard to understand. This meant that many things people consider "mistakes," I more than willingly did multiple times without regards to consequence, only pleasure.
So, morals? I had none. Morals now? Very few:
-Love my lover
-Love my family
If I hurt them, I hurt myself. If I fail them, I fail myself. I don't do a lot of things solely because I understand it'd hurt them as a result, somewhere along the line.
No one else matters.
-What do you base that on? (memories, logic, intuition?)
All of the above. Well, except logic. I don't know if I had intuition, either.
-Does that difference (or similarity) spill over into your current life, and how? (Do you find any current human morals, that you're expected to follow, difficult to understand/grasp/follow, etc.. )
Always. If it doesn't feel right, I usually won't do it. Double standards don't go well with me, because I don't always find it a double standard. For instance, I would more than happily take someone's candy, and expect nothing to happen, but if someone took my candy, I'd beat the crap out of them. All that ever goes through my head in those kinds of situations is that it feels good to me, or it doesn't feel good to me.
I'd like to mention though, so that everyone doesn't think I'm a total asshole, that I'm just as likely to give money to a homeless guy or offer a helping hand, if it makes me feel good. I'm not good, but I'm not pure evil. Just impulsive and likely to do things based on pleasure.
-Have you considered that perhaps your kintype/theriotype is a result of an inability to follow/grasp/respect the human morals you're expected to follow (or the lack there of)? (Psychological tool for grokking your difference from your fellow man.)
No, but now that you mention it, yes.