I have always been a peace-loving guy at work. It doesn't mean I'm conflict-avoidance, just that I seldom lose my cool at conflicts. Colleagues have thus stereotyped me to be a good hubby. The truth is that Wifey and I do quarrel now and then. But we just resolve them more maturely and faster than others
It takes 2 hands to clap, and 1 hand to slap.
There can never be a party who is wholly correct - both parties have their faults (though they may not acknowledge it for egoistic purpose). When you believe you are right and say the other party is wrong, that's like using your one hand to slap him, and that makes you wrong.
Whenever there are disputes, both parties are both correct in their viewpoint, but also wrong in their accusation.
Life is a balance of black and white. The refusal to undergo abortion may be a right for humanity, but may be a wrong when the kid grows up unhappy under the care of a unprepared mum.
Even for the thriving economy of Singapore, it makes the typical Singaporean richer. But at what price? Rising inflation, a change in social behaviour (people rushing for seats on trains). Is this right or wrong?
Who are we to judge what's right and what's wrong? As that chapter of the bible goes, who are we to throw stones at others when we are sinners ourselves?
At work, perfomance indicators can be pretty contradicting. Today, the boss wants a high output, and the manager does it easily by employing more people. The next day, the boss stresses on cost cutting, people get lay off, and the output drops.
So we concluded that what's right at work is taking care of the bosses's "Flavour of the Day". And at what expense?
Everything is right and wrong.
Learn to be less judgemental, and you will find that your days, and those around you, better!