They say that doing the right things will get one trust, neither one of them are correct, and doing the right thing is more important. I say that doing the right thing is the correct thing to do because what if we make a wrong decision and do it right. For example, what if we were to tell a lie and we did it right, that is not something just. Although, if we were to make a right decision this is something just.
My fellow scholars in class have suggested that although people may veer on the side that is ethically just, it is important both do the right thing and do things right. Fairness and merit may coexist, but doing things right is the better option. Doing things right allows people to follow through with their choices and live the consequences. In a hypothetical situation, lets say some kid, for whatever reason, wasn't able to go trick or treating. Now those who take pity for his misfortune might give him charity candy. That would be what they would view as "doing the right thing". Sure that's a nice gesture in itself, but it teaches the child that not doing the hard work will still pay off. Thus favoring a lazy lifestyle. On the other hand if the parent of said child does things right, they might allow the experience to serve as a lesson. The child will reflect on all the candy and the fun they have missed out on, and they will propose to themselves to do better next year. By doing things right the parent is allowing their child to grow as a person.
In my opinion, neither are correct doing the right thing is very pivotal becuase you don't want to do things in life that you might regret later in life I mean it is good that people have that mentality of doing the right things in life becuase people who do good things they become successful later on in life so that is why neither are incorrect they both are very important in life becuase if someone does something bad then it will come back to bite them so that's why it is good to think about doing the right things in life.
People should care about doing the right thing. While in modern day society most people use a combination of both ideals to decide their choices each and every day I feel it is always better to consider what you feel is correct in your heart. This is because in the end just because you did something correctly doesn't mean you are necessarily satisfied or agree that what you did was "right" in your opinion. At the end of the day even if you did what was the "right way" in the eye's of society you didn't do the task the "right way" for yourself. Ultimately, it is you who looks at yourself in the mirror at the end of the day so it should be your principles and your duty to choose what you do depending on your morals.
I think people shouldn't focus on whether its the right thing to do or doing things right they should focus on what is best for them at that moment and try to be the best version of themselves. When it comes to decision the person can think they are doing the right thing but it might not be the right thing to someone else that's why people should focus on themselves and what works for them.
I think one should care more about doing the right thing than doing things that are right. By doing the right thing, it was your choice to do it and it was an intention unlike doing things right. To do things right would be when you would follow the rules and the feeling of you not wanting to mess up. For example, the right thing to do when someone drops their money on the floor is to return it back to them. By returning the money to them, it was your choice to do it. You could have left the money there and let someone else pick it up or a different scenario.
I think doing the right thing is more important because everyone has different views on what they see as "right". As long as people do what they feel is right for them, doing it "right" won't matter as much. Doing things "right" might not be the best way for certain people to do what they'd want so as long as they feel they're doing the "right" thing, they'll feel better about the effort they put in.
I believe doing the right thing is more important than doing things right. In our society, a person tend to do things "right" in order to avoid receiving "odd" responses from people but when that same person does the right thing, that person become the "spotlight of the show." Doing things right tend to have more consequences in a long run instead of doing things right. It is like telling someone white lies where it would keep on adding up and the weight becomes heavy to bear. You are telling someone white lies because you are doing it "right" although it is not the right thing to do. If our society start doing the right thing, then doing things right would not matter as much as doing the right thing.
Going down the path of doing things right will lead to a goal much faster than doing the right thing. But doing the right thing is morally fulfilling than the alternative. In my opinion, there is no point in doing things right if everyone around may hate or despise you. Each path also depends on what kind of goal you want to achieve. If someones goal is to reach the top no matter the casualties, then doing things right may be the choice to make, but if that's not the goals they want to reach and making good friends and company then doing the right things is a good path to go down on. the choices are made by ones with an achievement in mind, and no matter the path they take it will inevitably become a chain reaction in the future
I believe that people should care more about doing things right because often we do things "the right way" but not everyones perception is the same. What I might view as the right way others may not see it that way . Everyones mentality is different because we were all raised differently. Its hard to please everyone so just do what you think is right, as long as your intention were good does it really matter, doing the right thing or doing things right?
Doing the right thing vs doing things right. In an ideal world, you would always do the right thing. It's ethical, and follows your morals. But int he real world, you may not always have that luxury. Doing things right can be different than doing the right thing. For example, working for a company that may not follow ethical practices. While still legal, it may not be ethical. So your choice is to do the right thing (and lose your job, unable to provide for your family) or "doing things right" which would be to follow company policy and do something you may not find ethical but it follows what is required of you.
so without getting into an entire argument about efficiency and effectivness, i believe Doing the right things means limiting your existential perspective to particular deeds which you deem good conduct.
whilst doing things right signifies applying a just perspective to whatever in the world you attempt without limits.
If I had to choose between the two alternatives, I would prefer to "do things right," because Iife offers so many enriching possibilities.
I believe doing the right thing is more important than doing things right. In the end of the day doing the right thing will make healthier mentally. The right thing for you may be a bad thing for someone else but it does not matter because I feel you should do what makes you happy. Doing the right thing should always be in your mind through all the situations you may go through in this tough life.
People should care about doing things right because its for their own good. But it can be complicated because many people view the word "right" in different ways. You can be doing the right thing while others might think its wrong. Who cares what others have to say or think, as long as you think that its the right thing to do. And even though it is more important to do the right thing, sometimes people need to go through whats wrong to get to whats right.
Should we care more about doing what we think is right or doing things the right way? If things are being done the right way, by definition there is nothing wrong with how things are done. For example, in a very hypothetical situation, I have a daughter and I come into a scenario where my daughter and a group of ten people are being threatened or they're going to die unless I choose one side to live. Of course the right thing to do is pick the larger group. A majority of people believe that quantity surpasses value in life or death situations. So it is right to choose the ten. However, I, being the great dad I am, choose my daughter, which is doing the right thing from my perspective, because I don't care about or know about or even remotely consider this group of people worthy of killing my daughter. The moral of this example is that there really is no right or wrong. In most cases where morality is questioned over the rightness of actions previously established by society, you are damned if you do and damned if you don't. To pick doing things what you think is the right way, you are acting selfishly against the greater majority, and if they have a say you should care less about your own morals compared to theirs. However on the other side of this crappy coin, if you follow suit with everyone else and you do things right and never question whether or not what you are doing is right, then you leave no room for improvement or change or innovation. It sucks. Personally I care about doing the right thing. I also personally believe that with all the grey in the world, thinking in right and wrongs will get us nowhere. For now we sit back and do things right and never forget to question why and how things became the way they are.
When people choose to do the right thing, doing things right doesn't really matter anymore aslong as you are choosing the right path or the right choice. By choosing to do the right thing it doesn't matter if you do a mistake or not. We don't always do everything correctly but aslong as we try to choose the right choice you are already leading your way to making things right. For example in my personal life I've had to choose between making things right or doing the right thing. When it came down to me and my old friend which I haven't talked to in 5 years because a dumb disagreement, I had to choose doing the right thing by stepping up and being the bigger person which kind of led me to making things right between us. So pretty much we should care more about choosing the right choice before making things right.
Doing things right goes a longer way in life compared to doing the right thing. When someone is doing the right thing, it gives the sense that there was a mistake that was made beforehand that needs to be corrected. That someone probably didn't have in mind that they were going to make a mistake but didn't plan ahead on what can possibly happen. When someone is doing things right however, the person has the thought in mind of getting whatever that is correct the first time and does whatever they possibly can from the beginning to not make a mistake.