As a child Jane Eyre learned that she must treat everyone equally but as she progresses through the book, she learns to follow a religious set of rules and morals. When Jane is a child living at her Aunt Reed’s house she learns her own set of ethics for equality. Jane is living with an unlovable family that shows her cruelty and violence, but she decides to not follow these rule to which she has experienced. This shows that Jane has created her own set of rules to follow because from her experiences with her family’s cruelty she creates her own set of beliefs towards equality. As she grows up Jane follows a Christian way of life after her experience at Lowood institution. Her best friend Helen teaches Jane to follow Christian morals by introducing her to following all of Gods wants as a human being. This shows that Jane changes her morals by learning and accepting the teachings of Helen Burns into following Gods demands.