Thanks for the question. The short answer would be no. A more thorough answer would involve a deeper analysis of what morals mean and how one would define breaking or crossing morals. There are different perspectives that can be used to define morals, the definition I will use and that seems most applicable to the question defines morals as “a person's standards of behavior or beliefs concerning what is and is not acceptable for them to do.” Personally, I tend to view morals as a guideline by which one lives their life. As long as you understand where your personal boundaries are and what those limits are—you would not need to break or cross them. Also, as you go through life you learn more and your perception of things changes and consequently your morals and values may change or shift. My philosophy is to live with minimal to no regrets, if I do not feel comfortable doing anything I will not do it. Hope that answers your questions.