Right is right, even if everyone is against it, and wrong is wrong, even if everyone is for it." - William Penn.
We are always taught that to do certain things is right and to do otherwise is wrong. I was blessed with an aunt, who always first told me 'What was the right thing to do' and also she instilled in me an independent thought process so that I could differentiate between Right and Wrong on my own.
She always said you could advise a child only till they attain a certain age(may be 12 or 14 years) and after that He/she, will most of time stop taking advice.
"Give a man a fish and you feed him for a day; teach a man to fish and you feed him for a lifetime", just like this its more important to be taught to decide what is Right, on your own rather than always being told 'This is the right thing and you should do it.'
I have noticed Right is subjected to many factors like our own experience, our surroundings, our age, our education and so on.
Something I considered Wrong many years back, seems Right today !
Right and Wrong can also change with point of reference.
My right, is totally wrong for you.
What you consider right, is wrong in my opinion.
What seems right for both of us, is absolutely wrong to a third person.
For me there was a phase where the thin line between right and wrong ceased to exist.
These days the above quote has been changed, "Right is WRONG, when everyone is against it, and even wrong becomes RIGHT, if everyone is for it."
Majority party Wins !