The former is usually regarded as absolute, derived from authority, unchanging and deviation leads to great, if not eternal, peril. The latter tends to be situational, variable, individually created and ignored at a cost primarily to health and quality of life.
The overwhelming difference between them is exerted in the realms of self-trust: If, when and under which circumstances.
Yet there are common elements as well. They both involve striving to better the self, to fit in or belong more completely, to provide service and contribute in the world.