||Right, Wrong and Zero ||

‘Wrong’ – A word that fears the millions of people. Wrong is the opposite what is Right and what is Right? What is Good, that is right. So what is Good? What favors humanity and life is good.

Is it much simple to distinguish between the right and wrong? If you ponder over this question, it is more complicated than the Calculus. One thing that is right for you could be wrong for the next person. For Instance, having sex before marriage could wrong for a lot of people, but the same thing can be right also for the other group of people. It happens because of different thinking and different perspectives of people.

Since Childhood, we taught that what is wrong, what is right. As we get more mature, we become able to distinguish about right and wrong on our own on the basis of the definitions about right and wrong taught by society since childhood. That’s how our thinking is generated with different perspectives. Thereby, we point out others’ thinking also as right or wrong. While doing this, two other scales are formed, named as ‘Priority’ and ‘Objection’. The Priority is related to the scale ‘Right’ and the Objection is related to ‘Wrong’. We give priority to those who are ‘Right’ ACCORDING TO US and likewise the second.

Decisions are also affected by the right-wrong scale.

I shouldn’t break her heart because her previous boyfriend also deceived her. So this would be WRONG for me and for her also if I do the same to her.

But what, If that girl only wanted the previous boyfriend’s money?…….(fact)

In this case, the mentioned fact totally changes your decision. If you know this already, then it will be right If you leave her. But If you’re not aware of that, then the same thing is wrong for you.

The decision varies because of the moral values you gained in your childhood and teenage. You have been taught that If you find a girl with a broken heart and you love her, then it will be right not to break her heart again. You have been taught that If you find a girl with a broken heart but with bad intentions, then it will be wrong to help her.

But in reality, we never know what is right and what is wrong. They’re just the scales. Whatever you think, whatever your perspectives are, they all are right, but also they all are wrong. So, all the rights and wrongs cancel each other, we get the net result, a Zero. This means that nothing is wrong, nothing is right. There are no scales. Zero is free from every right and wrong. This Zero is the true reality of the Universe. This is where we all come from, the Zero. The Neutral Thorn.

What is your thinking about Right and Wrong??..

Share your thoughts in the comments.

Thank you for reading.

B. M.

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27 thoughts on “||Right, Wrong and Zero ||

  1. Absolutely.. There’s nothing called right or wrong.. There is only perspective and I remember the third law of motion– To every action there is an equal and opposite reaction. That’s how we live life… We react based on the action.

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    1. Yeah, right….just like the Newton’s third law……
      Thanks a lot for sharing your thoughts….
      ☺
      I appreciate your support….πŸ€—

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  2. Die WAHRHEIT ist einmalig und absolut, die WIRKLICHKEIT ist relativ und vielfΓ€ltig.
    Richtig oder falsch bleibt, – situationsbedingt -, immer eine ganz persΓΆnliche Entscheidung !

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  3. Linguistic semantics.

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    1. Thank you so much for your support for my work..
      πŸ€—πŸ€—πŸ˜˜β€

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      1. Hey! I just went to your blog, you do graphic design. Cool! Good job.

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      2. Yes, I do….
        ☺…
        Thank you so much Australian Woman for visiting on an Indian boy’s blog..
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      3. No worries! So what do you do (other than disappoint your parents, or whatever lol)?

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      4. Well, Of course I disappoint my parents…πŸ˜‰πŸ˜œπŸ˜œ….
        And Currently I’m finding a Job to reconcile them… πŸ˜‰πŸ˜‰….
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        πŸ˜‹ To know more about me nd my 19 years life.. 😁😜….

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  4. I think everyone has their own moral compass in regards to this!

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    1. Of course….
      Nd that’s how the definitions change from people to people…
      πŸ™‚..
      Thanks a lot for reading…
      ❀

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  5. That’s a great concept for finding a way to right or wrong, that is ‘zero’.. actually, you’re right that there is no definitive answer for what is right and what is wrong..for, what may sound right to us could be a wrong for someone else and vice versa.. it totally depends on personal understandings… I like this post and thanks for coming up with unique topics..

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    1. I really appreciate your support for my blog Rachna…..πŸ€—πŸ€—πŸ˜˜
      Thanks a million for profoundly reading my thoughts and give a reflection on them… β€β€πŸ™‚πŸ™‚πŸ€—πŸ€—

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  6. Within the limited time frame of a human lifespan, you’ve got some good points about the relative subjectivity of notions such as good and evil, right and wrong, within a certain normative bracket. However, the extremes still hold true. Wanton destruction of life remains evil. Self sacrifice in the service of redemption remains good.

    In the longer term, survival of the species and attendant ecosystems are right and good. The growth of human knowledge is good. Anything that impedes these is wrong.

    I think Asimov and Herbert taught me well. πŸ˜€

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    1. You totally got that right…….
      The destruction of humanity is wrong. That’s what we’ve learned….
      Thank you so much for sharing your thoughts on this topic… πŸ™‚
      Asimov nd Herbert,
      Who are they by the way??.. πŸ€”πŸ€”

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      1. Isaac Asimov is perhaps the most prolific science and sci fi writer who ever lived, and he produced a glorious epic series called Foundation. Frank Herbert wrote Dune, and is widely regarded as the producer of some of the smartest sci fi ever written.

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      2. Ohhh.
        Isaac Asimov, Now I got him…..There was a lesson or two taken from his books in our English syllabus when I was in the school…
        Sorry, but not aware about the Herbert, πŸ˜›πŸ˜›

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  7. There is no set rules about right and wrong. My ethics and morals determine what is right and wrong for me. I agree with ZERO from the start if life .

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    1. Yeah, you’re right….
      Thanks a lot for reading the post and reflecting on the Idea……πŸ˜„πŸŒ·πŸ™Œβ€

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  8. Agree.What is right to you can be wrong to other.What is moral to you can sound immoral to me.This is life,and this is how- in this world we should adjust and lead our own life.your very last line summaries the entire story Thanks buddy.

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    1. Yes, that’s the reality….
      I’m glad you liked my idea. πŸ™‚
      Thanks a lot for reading and reflecting…..πŸ˜„πŸ˜„πŸ™ŒπŸ™Œ

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  9. This was a good post. I feel that what is wrong and what is right is based on what culture you are raised up in, what religion you believe in, etc. It’s hard to define this concept because of all of the variables.

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    1. Yeah, you’re right…
      Right and wrong are variables…..
      Thank you so much for reading the post and sharing your thoughts…
      πŸ˜„β˜ΊπŸ™Œ

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  10. I can’t agree more on the concept of ZERO..there’s nothing right or wrong..great post..well doneβ˜ΊοΈπŸ˜‡

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    1. Thanks Sis…….
      πŸ€—πŸ€—πŸ˜˜β€….

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  11. there is right and wrong. As much as it is all the perception we have, right is what is generally right upon our values and upon others. And wrong is obviously the opposite.
    The zero cant make so much sense because its still the perception that we have of it.
    Its all about the mind and how it conceptualizes what it sees and how it understands visible patterns.
    Reality is made by all our perceptions, because when we think then we act, and not everyone will act the same because we all think differently. but the thing is, there is generally laws about what is right or wrong that govern us. and we should live by that. i mean we already live by it, we should just stop questioning so much.

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    1. I respect your opinion…
      Thanks for reading…πŸ™‚

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