I’ve realized one thing again and that’s the desire to be right. I can see how students exert effort to get things correct as possible and they get more pleased when the activities be evaluated completed and perfect.
I think we are made to go for those that are correct, regardless of age we have this conquest to believing that we are doing the right thing. The question is how can we authenticate and confirm that we aren’t doing things the wrong way.
I’m not sure, as we get older we tend to think more and see better angles, that also mean more reasons to support what we have been doing regardless of knowing it is oftentimes not aligned to what we call propriety.
We claim it’s the TRUTH and we conclude we should stick to anything true but are all TRUTHs right?
It’s getting confusing we tend to bend and becoming more on defending our pride and mistakes instead of making things straight practicing humility and changing for the better and I mean the quest for goodness.
When we were young we acted as we believed those were the right things to do and as we grow older we tend to do things with various reasons sometimes regardless of morality and search for supports to make them right. Defending we did and doing the right thing, justifying our actions.
Then which is right or wrong then?