It depends on what those morals were based upon. If your morals/rules you live by were established and reinforced by experiences and circumstances you've overcome or been subject to, keep them and abide by them. If they were thrown in your face as rules and standards to live by for the sake of outside sources such as your parents or social normality then fuck staying true to a guideline that is a hindrance of your experience. But there's obviously a limit. This doesn't mean reject the rules of logic as a whole and jump off a cliff while on lsd. Stupidity and experience are two different things and often come hand in hand but they're not meant to. Gain experience through taking necessary risk. Necessary is the most relative word. And by necessary risk, anything you deem fits that definition is adequate. If you think it's necessary for you to masturbate in your teachers coffee in order to feel free and peel away from the system, do that shit. Obviously that isn't a profound example, but you get the gist. If neglecting change is immature and so is holding true to a set of illegitimately ordained rules. Maturity is being able to differentiate between the two. nipples.