So this is a concept that just sort of floats around in my brain, and I end up thinking about it a lot while I'm stoned. So I thought I'd drop it here and hopefully some of you are much smarter than me and can either tear it apart or back it up. Either way I thought it'd be interesting. Here goes: The ideas of right and wrong are based on a personal ethos developed by our experiences. What is right and wrong to you might not be right or wrong to me. Therefore If no true universally accepted parameters can be set on right and wrong can they truly exist? What measure do we use to quantify it? Therefore There is no right or wrong, merely consequences to our actions.