How do you decide what’s right and what’s wrong?

The determination of right and wrong is the source of all conflicts in the world. What is right for one person is wrong for another person.

“Live as you like without disturbing others.” This could be a good guiding formula to reduce our wrong actions. When we try to interfere others, they try to find mistake with us.When we live in this world, we are definitely interfering with surroundings at least to some extent.We can minimise it by following “Live and Let Live” formula.

Living very near to nature’s laws is right.All Living beings are generally provided by free AIR and WATER by the nature.

Your concept of right and wrong depends on who you are.

Philospher – According to the perspective of a philosopher, there is nothing right in this world. Everything is relative. The concept of right and wrong is human creation that changes with time and space.What is right for one person may be wrong for another person.

Politician – According to the perspective of a politician, the world is clearly divided into black and white; right and wrong. What is done by him or his party is always right while what is done by the opposite party is always wrong.

Spiritual Person – A spiritual person believes that there is nothing wrong in this world because everything happens in this world according to the will of God, who can do no wrong.There is always a right hidden in every thing what people perceive as wrong.

Secular Person – In the eyes of the modern secular people, everything that is described as right in the law is right and what is described in law as wrong is wrong.Their sense of right and wrong flows from the law books. If the law is changed by the government, they change their conviction.

In conclusion there is nothing which can be said to be universally right or universally wrong, we must develop our own self of right and wrong based on our culture,faith, transitions, laws and profession.

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