BrianBlessed wrote:Ace Rimmer wrote:BrianBlessed wrote:Do I find it hard to deal with? - Will the action be hard to carry out or haunt you afterwards
While the rest make perfect sense in the context of no right and wrong, this part doesn't.
If there is truly no right and no inherent wrong, how can something be hard to carry out or haunt you?
I'm sure many people think there is nothing wrong with homosexual acts or various other things, however performing said actions may disturb and/or disgust them. While you may be able to acknowledge that there is no right and wrong. I assume that if you were to draw that concept into someone's personality it would make it somewhat impossible to act, as they have no basis in which to gain a personality as they view everything equally.
Does this not apply in that situation..
BrianBlessed wrote:While you may say that if there is no right or wrong, you should not observe or acknowledge authority or any other system based on rights and wrongs. As there is no right and wrong, what other people think is largely irrelevant and you should just act in a manner to ensure your best interests.
I'm sure in most cases, you're example would not lead to the aforementioned dark alley and bleeding if you acted as such.