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Your Right is My Wrong

Vikash Kumar 10 Nov 2015 comments
Your Right is My Wrong

Matters of right or wrong have long been the province of not solely philosophers or Ethicist however also for a common man. A philosopher tries to visualize it in a broader manner with full length explanations whereas a common person struggles on this criterion on day to day basis. The importance of seeing a subject as right is same as that of being wrong. In this scenario first person’s left hand will face right hand of the second person. If on the road you are travelling to the east it could be your right side, but for the person returning from opposite site, it will be a wrong one. This is termed by philosophers as trolley problems for the cases where two standing people face one another.

The hurdle faced by the common man is basically based on this phenomenon where each person is not able to understand others problem although he tries his best to grasp it. The person whose energy is travelling southward will never help in easing the problems of person whose energy is going northward. It’s not simply the matter of relativity where correcting the gap of relativities will make you jump to the solving place. Thinking about being in others shoes may be sympathetical however, never resolution giver. Most individuals of this world complain that nobody understands him/her. This phenomenon appears inconclusive even after lots of discussion. But yes, a gesture of love and feelings of unity can bring it to an end. The discussion of a particular person’s right will never get a place in another person’s wrong. Therefore, acceptance of entity, irrespective of right or wrong instance, brings one to a cordial end.

So why not we accept others as it is on the face value of entity rather than seeing right or wrong in the individual matter. Once we accept the matters as stated above, we feel a sense of rest and some time complacence. The world needs motion and motion is based on friction. Therefore, two sides are needed for giving friction and this whole world oscillates between right and wrong. Discussion of right and wrong has been going perennially since ages and will go for ages and its good for the sake of proper movement of the world; however a restraint in action needs to practice in proving your wrong as right. Make sure your conviction of right/wrong should be based on doubt rather than a part of your belief system.

Put yourself in the habit of doubting the matter in hand for learning but not for showing yourself intelligent out of proportion. Now a day’s talking irrationally rational is in tremendous fashion, which is surviving on the whims and fancy of culture and ethics. We know our ethical believe systems restrict us from doubting most of the matter, however learning without doubt and understanding will never be yours. There are certain rules of the world for making life easy and we need to abide by it as it is. However, most of the problems of the current world are on the matter where learning through doubting is not allowed by moral and social police. If an individual doubt on any matter in hand it is taken as a question on existence rather a learning step and they feel that somebody attempting to prove it false. When your existence gets shook by a question than one got to consider giving it a serious compute.

As there are as several theories for supporting a subject true as proving it false. This earth is full of wonders where it seems that not only object but the subject has been placed on its own accord. We people irrespective of seeing its absoluteness begin to find out right or wrong in it. This whole world is a matter of perception and due to this an absolute observation gets missed. So first observe the object or subject and then doubt it for learning and obviously your cemented perception will be decisive for the field of doubt. However, with constant practice of doubt and learning expands your facet of your understanding and therefore helps you in reaching your right path. Now you can travel to your right path terming others wrong who is not travelling to your path in tandem.

Here the thought is not to make you perceive that if north is there, there will not be south. If there is north, there is south also and traversing in north or south is totally your wish and responsibility. If you choose rightly your journey towards southward than people going northward are not wrong. So if you feel that you are right while I am wrong than never forget this also that my right is your wrong!!


Vikash Kumar

Vikash  Kumar

Mr. Vikash Kumar well-known as “ForeZorba”, author of “Nugget On Wings” book is a Mindfulness Coach & SQ Trainer. He offers Counseling, Corporate coaching, Meditation & Astro-Numero guidance. He transforms and empowers people with psycho-dynamism, which is more than just advice & talk therapy. A voracious reader & ceaseless thinker, ForeZorba is an ardent writer who writes for magazines worldwide. To know more about him, visit www.forezorba.com

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