"It will break me, if I break it."
Regarding the "law of gravity." You have not broken the law of gravity. Nor has anyone else. If you or anyone else had "broken it," then it would not be a law in the scientific sense.

Now there may be laws against committing suicide by jumping of buildings (or other means). If you break those laws, you will probably be broken. But what you have broken are the laws of man, not the laws of Nature, which she, as a friend of mine once said, zealously guards.

I think there may be a very rough analogy at play here, but one should not confuse rough analogy. In no sense are moral "laws" like scientific "laws" and in no sense are they objective, verifiable or falsifiable (except, possibly, in regard to some specific goal).