Believe it or not, as self-righteous we want to be, we are not. The more we think we are doing the right thing, we are probably harming someone or the other by doing whatever we are doing.
The thought is a borrowed one, from the show THE GOOD PLACE.
However, whatever harm we do to others, we should know one thing for sure, we have the utmost right to not be judged by others for whatever we are doing, as long as we are not permanently harming others.
But this thought got me into thinking, what if we damage others by just being plain rude to someone or by denying them their right to be themselves?
What is good and bad in that case? Where is the line? And, most importantly, WHO DECIDES?