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smiileyjen101 wrote:Great question J
Can you see the way you widened your perspective on your own question after asking it?
That's kind of it (for me) - looking at the wider 'environment' curiously, discerningly, and honestly.
In totality no thing is right, or wrong. There is right for me in this moment - in the next moment or for others the 'answer' may be totally different, depending on what one is aware of, capable of and willing about.
In an ethics subject I did once it espoused the notion that what is right/wrong must be able to be applied universally, and very little can. Therefore we do need to discern - - not 'judge' as right or wrong, but discern (notice) what is 'best' for us in this moment and this situation, and balancing that it does no harm to another - now that can be universally applied --- the success of the application though will be everyone's degrees of awareness, capacity and willingness.
Play with it - notice the degrees of awareness, capacity & willingness in your own decision making and actions.
Notice, don't judge.
Be curious, not sure.
Be confident, not arrogant.
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