Regardless of one’s worldview there needs to be a structure in place to identify and navigate through moral issues. I think most of us do this automatically — our moral filters are already in place by the time we need them.
After reflecting on this for the past day or so, I’m finding it difficult to be able to define what is and is not a moral issue. Sure we don’t have much difficulty naming them. Stealing is morally wrong, and caring for a child is morally right, and turning on a fan or mowing the lawn are amoral.
How then, according to your view of the world, do you adjudicate between which actions and events are moral and which are amoral?