Is it ever wrong to do the right thing?
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- 7 years agoFavorite Answer
No. It is never wrong to do what is upstanding. It differentiates us from the infection that rules earth. What does infection mean? It means stench, bugs, everything that is rotten, horrible, despicable. The infection is a stench gas resulting from decay and in this gas live all types of rottenness like mold, microbes, germs, and other unseen things. The infection is a thief, a hijacker, a kidnapper, a rapist, a divisor, a multiplier, a subtrahend, and an addend.
Everything horrible that happens or ever happened in its lair earth is its work. It cannot understand forgiveness or love. It cannot understand wrong and right like humans do. It is our opposite. The infection is filth and we mammals r clean. Proof: The eagle, a clean mammal entity, rather eats its sick baby while it is alive instead of letting it rot in order not to help the infection. If it let it rot, the funky smell will help maintain the stench on earth. So does the vulture that live in the desert to eat everything that is about to die before it rots. When a banana is let to rot, the fruit flies, a stench carrier of the infection, takes advantage to lay its replica on the rotten banana. The result is, since people don't wash their banana before they eat it, they end up eating the rotten replica of the rotten fruit flies, which gives the consumer a lot disease known as bloating and flatulence.
So it is always beneficial to do the decent thing since all of us r in the same jail. Earth is an infected jail where people r divided into gang in order to survive. Even then like the whale eats swarm of little fish and krill although the little fish live in swarm to protect themselves against the large fish, so everything on earth swarm or gang up against the infection. When you are in the subway, you are in the lair of the infection and the train is running through smell sometimes that enters the subway cars. That is the infection ruling the subway. The infection always ride with us, sometimes concealing itself and sometimes revealing itself.
The infection calls itself by the name of every mammal. The infection calls itself angel, god, spirits. The infection's real name is rottenness, roaches, lice, ticks, millipedes, centipedes, mites, maggots, worms, and everything that live in stench, including gut flora. The infection is synonym of horror, plagues, diseases, and sickness.
It is difficult to do what is decent, but all mammals have to try to live by it. The infection will not let us be decent, trying to lead us astray using the help of the gut flora infection. Like everything on earth that has to fight for what it wants, we have to want to be the opposite of the infection. We have to be clean and we have to live clean. We cannot live like the infection because we are not, although the infection puts itself in us to make us be filthy.
Some people have shoe holder in their house. Do you know what is under a shoe? Let's see: spit, dog poop, vomit, bird poop, smell of rotten water, dog pee, and all vermin that r hard to see with bare eyes. When you have a shoe holder, you put all these rottenness in that device. Everything that is under those shoes r in your house, in your hands, and on your body, which makes a host always dirty and stinky. Why? It is because the gut flora infection is what is living and it needs stench around it since it was born from stench. That is why everyone is a zombie due to the gut flora infection that controls him or her
- ?Lv 47 years ago
It is a matter of logic and reason. Is it ever right to do the wrong thing? Well, if it were, then it wouldn't be the wrong thing to do. Would it? How we determine what is right and what is wrong is best understood as being what is beneficial and what is detrimental. Well, in my opinion it is. How do you think we know what is right and what is wrong? Is it not from experiencing their effects, their consequences?
For every action, there is an equal and opposite reaction. This doesn't mean that for every right action there is an equal and opposite wrong reaction. Neither does it mean that for every wrong action there is an equal and opposite right reaction. It is we, as individuals, who think about what is right and what is wrong. Collectively this translates into society.
It cannot ever be the wrong thing to do if it benefits everyone. It can only be the wrong thing to do if it is detrimental to anyone. But then again, I could be wrong!
- Anonymous7 years ago
It all boils down to - how one decides what "the right thing to do" is.
We should consider all options and alternatives before making a choice to act either way and avoid the dogma of Candide in which all is for the best.
I am almost sure that Hitler and Bin Laden considered their ideology and actions as the right thing to believe and do in their day.
- 7 years ago
A priori, by definition the right thing is the right thing, and therefore not the wrong thing. However what may seem to be the right thing may turn out to be wrong, or (due to "bound rationality") have an unknown consequence as to rightness or wrongness - like sneezing ion a bus....
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- 7 years ago
It is conventionally and sensibly right to do the right thing. It is wrong to do the wrong thing, it can be conventionally wrong.
The right thing is a matter of subjective judgement, of culture. If you do think that you are doing the right thing, then you are doing the right thing. If others do think and declare that you are doing the wrong thing while you are thinking that you are doing the right thing, then the right thing for you is the wrong thing for those others.
So also you might try and be thinking about the wrong or the right way in doing things. Believe me, I am not kidding! Ah! ah! ah! ah! ah! Good luck!
- HelenLv 77 years ago
The difficulty with that question is anything seemingly 'right' is often 'wrong' from at least ONE other perspective.
Can you ever really define the right thing?
What's "right" for the cheetah is chaos for the gazelle.
- Anonymous7 years ago
Depends on perspective. People like Dick Cheney thought it would be wrong to free Nelson Mandela. He thought Mandela was a terrorist and believed he should remain in jail. True. Look it up.
- NLLv 77 years ago
Some times your heart can over ride doing the right thing.
- SimiLv 67 years ago
Right and wrong depend more or less on the perception of the onlooker.
Its not wrong to do what you firmly believe in. If you 'believe', I mean really believe, then do it no matter if people say it is wrong.
- Anonymous7 years ago
Well I would say surly not,but would have to know the situation as well,sometimes we think something right and we are wrong ~*
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