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Know your “Why”

No action is right or wrong in itself. The key here is the thought behind the action. Yes, you’re right, it could also be called the ‘intention’.

So, remember, if the ‘why’ (the reason for your action) is clear, the ‘what’ (the action itself) can be categorised into right or wrong.

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