I would like to know what people really, really think is RIGHT and what they really, really thing is WRONG =
so, think about it first, this would be what you think is RIGHT for ALL HUMANS and what is WRONG for ALL HUMANS - not just for you but for EVERYBODY -
just one RIGHT thing, and one WRONG thing - let's see what we can come up with . . . oh, and I suppose people are going to argue with each other about it - darn.
for me it is
RIGHT thing for everybody - to love whoever they want to love
WRONG thing for everybody - to tell others who they should love!
your turn . . .
Right thing for everyone- Self improvement mode left on automatic.
Wrong thing for everyone- Stopping oneself from learning more.
Right for everyone - look on others with kindness and acceptance
Wrong for everyone - look on others as obstacles and "different"
right for all - finding happiness and peace sometime in their lifetime
wrong for all - never finding happiness and peace
NB - luv the cute kitty with that santa hat! ...hey Mega!
thanks SOH - I've been sick with the flu - getting better today - been out of touch - sorry!
Right Treating people with respect
wrong being down right mean without cause
Right never assuming what people feel
Wrong assuming what someone feels about you
RIGHT: Left lane to left lane, right lane to right lane - when turning at an intersection (I almost got smashed by none other than a school bus who turned from the right turn lane into the left lane at an intersection with two right turn lanes; I was in the left right-turn lane) Reinforces my thoughts about never letting my kids ride the school bus!
WRONG: Not stopping before turning at a stop sign or red light! Why is it so easy for drivers to ignore not only the rules, but the LAW, and risk killing someone or even getting a ticket?!
Can you tell I had a bad morning on the road?
There is no right or wrong. Do as you please, but realize that some of your actions are likely to bring consequences you will not like.
Right for all: Enjoying love and life.
Wrong for all: Preventing others from being able to do the same.
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by davidkaluge 5 years ago
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by EinsFloW 7 years ago
How do you decide about something where you do not know what is the right thing to do?
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