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Shame was an emotion caused by an unmoral action.

Following the unsuccessful try to use the grapplers to rescue Shuttlepod 1 from beneath the surface on Archer's Comet, T'Pol told Captain Archer that there is no shame in accepting the offer of Captain Vanik to assist in the rescue mission. (ENT: "Breaking the Ice")

When ECS Fortunate first officer Matthew Ryan refused help from Enterprise NX-01, Captain Archer told him that it would be a shame not to lend a hand after they traveled a long way just to assist the damaged freighter. (ENT: "Fortunate Son")

In 2237, Sepek told Spock that his father brought shame to Vulcan. (TAS: "Yesteryear")

According to Montgomery Scott, there was an old Earth saying, " Fool me once, shame on you. Fool me twice, shame on me.". (TOS: "Friday's Child")

Worf told Gi'ral and L'Kor that there was no room for shame in his heart when his honor was questioned during his search for his father on Carraya IV. (TNG: "Birthright, Part II")

Shame was also discussed in the song heroes, which was used as incidental music in "Children of Mars".

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