What’s right and what’s wrong?

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  1. lovelywoman profile image27
    lovelywomanposted 13 months ago

    Life is full of surprises and full of strange things that you feel in life. With a question that what is right and what is wrong in life? That seems that you never get it on a right track. Especially, when every right thing that you do it is wrong and when other do it which is wrong, then it's right. Strange isn’t it? But interesting thing is that explanation and facts around it can be so invisible to prove that what I mean.  At the same time because people don't realize that when other people doing something and even its not right, but they don't realize that. They are positive about it. But yes, you can lead them or make conversation to explain in a proper way. But can’t judge them.  People do that anyway, to correct and judge people.  But right or wrong, who am I to judge?  Only thing can be proving it by the action of its outcome.  We don't know out there what is wrong and what is right. I mean everyone’s points are right and can be wrong. So, think it through and answer it.

    1. dashingscorpio profile image87
      dashingscorpioposted 13 months agoin reply to this

      Most of the time it's not about "right" or "wrong".
      More often than not it's about "agree" or "disagree".
      People prefer to associate with those they agree with.

      The word "judge" is overused and generally is just someone sharing their (opinion), preference, or like/dislike about a particular person or act.
      There's never been anyone on earth that was universally loved.

      Every society has it's own decorum of expected or "acceptable behavior".
      There is nothing wrong with looking to "stand out" or express one's individuality. However the problem most people who attempt to do this have is they want to (tell the world) how to react to them!

      You can't dye your hair "fire red", have a spider tattoo on your nose along with 10 stud earrings in each year and turn around and complain about people staring or looking away!

      It's simply immature and unrealistic to expect "normal treatment" when one intentionally is attempting to break away from "the norm".

      "While we are free to choose our actions we are not free to choose the consequences of our actions." - Steven Convey

      True individuality requires having a tough skin and not caring about the opinions or the thoughts of other people. Life is a (personal) journey!

      Anyone who is obsessed with what other people think about them or how they're being looked at and complaining about being "judged" shouldn't bother attempting to do ANYTHING that makes (them) stand out.
      Self-esteem is a gift you give to yourself!

      "If you live for people's acceptance you will die from their rejection."
      - Lecrae

  2. Bede le Venerable profile image97
    Bede le Venerableposted 13 months ago


  3. Venkatachari M profile image42
    Venkatachari Mposted 13 months ago

    I agree with all the above opinions. But, what I tell is that the measurement of "right" or "wrong" can be done by looking at its consequences. If an action or thought produces good results to people around you, then it is considered as a right action. If it results in bad consequences, then it will be seen as a wrong act.

  4. lovelywoman profile image27
    lovelywomanposted 13 months ago

    Yes, you are absolutely right. Thank you for reading my post.

  5. theraggededge profile image96
    theraggededgeposted 13 months ago

    You might get more responses if you post in this forum: https://hubpages.com/forum/20 That's where all the philosophical discussions take place.


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