I believe in something very strongly, and that's that "right and wrong" are human fabrications, and are not tangible constituents to the nature of reality. When a young child is sexually assaulted and killed, consider what no one else ever does; what is the ultimate consequence for the universe? Somewhat regretfully, the answer to that question is nothing. In fact, the reality here is just the opposite; the rape and killing was a consequence of the universe, not for the universe. The fact is, it must not matter if a child is raped and killed, because such events were quite obviously destined to happen anyway.....no more differently than first-generation stars were destined to synthesize elements heavier than helium. And so too it must be the case with any sort of phenomenon that induces within us fear, pain, anxiety, disconsolation, and even hatred. All these "negative" emotions are triggered by events that were, quite obviously, not precluded by the physical laws governing the behavior of the universe. And as we have already stated, these events, which comprise reality, cannot possibily be regarded as "right or wrong". An earthquake may kill thousands, but is a geologically-active planet somehow wrong??? I think not. What is to be drawn from this? Why does consciousness give rise to inevitable dissatisfaction with what reality is? Paradoxically, concepts of "right and wrong" have emerged from a universe wherein such concepts were never tangible. In closing, I think their exists a much healthier outlook on life than what can be acheived through the fabrications of religion and relentless societal influences. The outlook is that there is nothing in your life that can ever be "wrong". Mighty hard to accept when you're in pain, but perhaps peace can be actualized upon the realization that your every waking thought is a part of this universe, and their origins were not simply a consequence of your mind and external influences, but rather were a consequence of the univesre itself; long permitted to happen before your birth, or even the birth of the planet. ...and what is permitted to happen by various physical laws, cannot possibly be "wrong". Above all, we need to lose this notion that we're "seperate" from the univesre, or somehow above it. We are deeply immersed in it, in fact we are the very peices comprising it. The hardest thing to do will be to lose the sense of self. But that too is another fabrication we'd be better off without.