“Doing what is right is never easy… You think you are right, but you lose track of what you were trying to do all along and then there is blood and screaming and death. Doing a bad thing for a good end just sours the good.”
― Janice Hardy, Blue Fire
How do someone conclude what is right or what is wrong? Do you think there's a fine line between right and wrong that needs to be discovered or does the fine line even exists ? Everyone one their own judgment and perception decides the notion of what is right or what is wrong according to the situations, multiple factors and how each and everyone observes it. Good actions have a positive influence and the bad ones have a negative impact on us. There can never be right way of doing the wrong thing because in the end it is ultimately wrong, even if done for a good purpose. There is no sake in choosing the correct path if it is all going to lead to failure in the end. Thoughts are the seeds of our actions, if the seed is good i.e. if our thoughts are right and good then there are no wrong actions. For instance, there is no 'right' way to rob a bank, there is no 'right' way to murder someone, there is no 'right' way to con an investor, no 'right' way to end negative impacts of the education system of India, there is no 'right' way to have a punishment fit crime, if taking bribe is a crime then it cannot be changed into a good moral value. There are many daily life examples that we can consider and make everyone wonder to the ordeal. Eventually there is no right way to do a wrong thing and it cannot be justified in any case, even for a good cause.
There never comes a condition, where something is completely right or completely wrong. They are all related to each other in some way or the other , and can not be separated. It might be the case that something which may seem wrong to you might be correct for others, whereas, for others something which may seem wrong maybe right for you.
The method of action can be wrong but if it is done with the right intentions when you see no other way to do it. There can never be a 'right way' of doing anything. When we do something we have never done before, we are tend to make mistakes, after all its human tendency to make mistakes! When we pursue any activity for the first time, we need to do experiments with different ways to find the best one.
At the time there is no right way to do the wrong thing, first thing to be done is to form consent about the wrongs that can be righted immediately. Wrong will remain 'wrong' whether done in a correct manner or incorrect manner.