I'd say it's perception because what works for some people won't work for others. Take storing your cloths for example. Some people put them in closets, some use dressers, some use both, some keep their cloths in Tupperware under the bed. Are any of those wrong? Are any of those right? In my experiance if someone says "Do it the right way." what they really mean is "Do it my way."
We can alter the way we are educated to feel about stuff. In my family selfishness is applauded. I have chosen to feel differently then they do.
I would think so a parents influence is stronger then the social education. I would say it would take a willingness to put fort the effort.
It takes effort to think for yourself, most would rather not. Much could be accomplished if more would put in the effort.
Yes, there is a right way and a wrong way and induced perception at times.
If your desperate you can do anything.I saw this quote on a collage I did last Thursday. I took a picture of it on my TMobile. I am far away from it, and did you know I remembered it. "When changing things is harder than it looks stop trying so hard to change things." So, yes, I believe so.
Thank you for that awesome reply.
Ah, it's the existential hour in the EP part-time philosopher's corner.
The observers perception changes when they realize they are also the observed.
Perhaps on a collective level of consciousness "society" makes the rules and sets the limits. On an individual/micro level there are no limits other than those imposed by the self on the observer.
One mind can act as a spark and in an environment ripe for burning any spark will do..
Of course there is. Try putting an engine in a car the wrong way, and see if it runs.
I still say...yes.
:) I picked up a phrase while traveling through Asia...Same, same, but different.
right and wrong exist