John: "But God doesn't change"
Mustapha Mond: "Men do though."
John: "What difference does that make?"
Mustapha Mond: "All the difference in the world."
Huxley brings up a good point here that I am going to incorporate my own philosophy to. A human being is incapable of being the same person he once was. He has different ideas and lessons. Conformity doesn't exist, morality and common sense do. If we managed conformity, then no matter what the society believes, the society would be perfect. Mostly because there is no idiot poet out there who individualises himself from reality to prove otherwise. And the reality from the quote up above is "People change, God doesn't" so we have conformed to being different. NOT GOOD