Sometimes life pitches a curve ball and we have to decide, make a hard decision. So, in the analysis process, is it better to do what you know is the right thing to do even if your reasons for doing so are wrong? Or, is it better to do the wrong thing for the right reason?
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I agree. It is a tough question. It highlights the fact that life is grey in many areas, not black and white.
However for the (individual) making the decision: when you see things in black and white you gain insight and when you see things in grey it causes you to delay. Knowing where (you) stand and being true to yourself leads to personal happiness.
I think you have raised an interesting angle to consider. One's own rightness with things will definitely affect the rightness of any decision one makes.
peachpurple, I do believe that intentions are an important consideration in decision making.