Right To Do Wrong
I have a friend, each day he goes to the local Starbucks around the same time, orders his usual, and continues about the remainder of his day with little concern of the decisions he makes. For him, his actions remain similar each day for he continually makes similar decisions, in turn, he rarely considers the implications of his actions. I have another friend whose schedule is less structured, each decision he makes is thought about carefully; he assesses the pros, cons and the ethical impact of a majority of his decisions. The point? Every individual who comprises our global society makes decisions daily; some consider their decisions carefully, others consider their decisions with less care. Regardless of our decisions and the extent to which we consider them each one made concerns itself on some level with that which is good, bad, right, wrong, and moral. Our decisions also affect another’s or others well being, as a result, the actions which accompany our decisions are either just or unjust based on their impact.