- Care/Harm - Be nice to others and don't hurt them
- Fairness/Cheating - Be fair in how you treat others and don't cheat
- Liberty/oppression - Respect others rights and don't be a bully
- Loyalty/betrayal - Be loyal to your "group" (family, friends, etc.)
- Authority/subversion - Respect your leaders. Don't put up with bullies or dictators.
- Sanctity/degradation - Be clean, avoid filth.
CareThe Family - One of the core teachings of Mormonism is the importance of the family as a safe environment to provide nurturing for children. This includes parents that love, honor and respect each other.
The Relief Society - This organization was founded in 1842 as an auxiliary to the church and is "one of the oldest and largest women's organizations in the world". It provides help for those in need, compassionate welfare and service. One of it's roles is to visit the membership in the home and look for opportunities to serve through the visiting teaching program.
Home Teaching - Home teaching is similar to visiting teaching except that it is done by the men. The idea is that one is more aware of someones needs by visiting their home than by just seeing them at church or an activity.
Fast Offering - Members fast (go without food) the first Sunday of each month. The guidance is that the money they save by not eating should be donated as "Fast Offerings". These sacred funds are used by the local leaders to provide help locally. This help can be in the form of paying a electric, gas, phone, water or car repair bill; paying for rent or mortgage.
Bishop's Storehouse - The local leader can also write an order that a needy person can use to get food and other necessities. The Bishop's Storehouse is like a grocery store without cash registers.
Humanitarian Services - The organization’s stated mission is to relieve suffering, to foster self-reliance for people of all nationalities and religions, and to provide opportunities for service
FairMormon's share "fairness" doctrine with other Christian faiths. A loving God that is not a respecter of persons. The idea of the Atonement, where we can be forgiven for wrongs that we do thanks to the mercy of Christ, our Savior.
Another concept with fairness is of proportional fairness. Instead of many people on earth being destined for an eternity of burning in hell, Mormon's believe in just rewards. There are degrees in heaven and a majority of people will be find themselves in favorable conditions in the hereafter.