Now a days there is a very common thing which is called compromise but some peoples worried about the thing they do and some peoples do the right thing with lots of hard work.........
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BlissfulWriter, I respectfully disagree with the part of your statement, "It is better to do the right thing and not get it perfect." To say "I tried" is to say "I failed" in many real-world cases. The Shuttle Challenger is one macabre example.
Excellent answer, Abby Campbell! You are SO right on every count. Thanks for commenting practically--we sometimes get very philosophical (at least I do).
That's not sad. In some contexts, the military for example or school, you are told exactly what you must do and you only need to execute your orders to the best of your abilities. Ditto in most jobs: the boss is always right about what to do. Cheers!
Seeing answers below, I add that at the same employer above we were told to do things we didn't feel well with. Not dualistic 'wrong', but disharmonious. Unnatural in our eyes. We stood up for the residents, for what some would say was 'right.'
Haha! Classic, J.T. (And we know THAT saying is always right. :-) )
Oh, sheilamyers, if only there were more people in the world like you: superheroes, in my mind: people of quality who enrich the world. Cheers!