In what circumstances do you compromise with your ideals?
Generally it is not wise to compromise our ideas, but if we find through experience and conviction that what we assumed ideologically is not correct we should change our ideas. There must be basic standards of right and wrong. If our philosophy or religious moorings are based upon correct principle we should support those ideas. If the ideas are not based on morality, then compromise is necessary to move forward in life. Never compromise morality!
Why would I compromise with my ideals or ideas? If it had to happen it would be because I was wrong.
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