By Pam Burke 

View from the North 40: An evolution of the resolution process

 

Last updated 4/24/2020 at 11:41am



One of the many age-old questions is this: Is it better to do the right thing for the wrong reason, or the wrong thing for the right reason?

But I’m here to ask this sidebar question: If you do the right thing with no thought behind it whatsoever, is it wrong to later claim you did it for all the right reasons? I’m asking for a friend — just kidding. I’m not going to give any of my friends credit for being thoughtless.

I planted four trees on Earth Day. I thought it was just Wednesday. It was, in fact, the 50th anniversary of Earth Day — I found that out later. To be fair, no on...



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