I was thinking about morals the other day and I came up with a strange conclusion. Assuming that right and wrong to exist (opinions aside), if every action done by man must fall under the category of right or the category of wrong, (every motivation, every cell movement, every second of every day) then how could anything be right? Every motivation for every action by every human being is for the benefit of themselves; whether it be for the "heaven" they might get to, or the "respect" they might get, or even the simplistic "good feeling" you get from doing so called "good deeds". Assuming that selfishness is wrong, I honestly could not think of anything good that anyone can possibly do. In discussion with one of my friends on this subject, I asked him to state a "good" act that someone can commit. He gave examples like martyrdom, giving away money anonymously, giving up opportunity so that others may have it etc.... However, if the motivation of these acts were judged as right and wrong, all of them would be wrong. This led me to the conclusion that if any "good" does exist in the universe, there needs to be some form of "gray area". Any opinions/agreements/disagreements? I am not a philosopher or anything so feel free to correct me or point out similar philosophical points of view.