Well i wouldnt do either i would go with what i gained more out of so probably loyalty over principals
What’s more important, principles or loyalty? ex:if your family and friends all did stuff you morally thought was wrong and someone was trying to stop them from doing it. Would you, fight for it out of loyalty or fight against it out of your personal opinion?
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i know my family and friends would never do anything that they would think was wrong. but if it came down to it i would have to go with my principles and stop them from doin it.
If they are wrong. I would fight for my own opinion. That is the right thing to do. I know it's wrong why would I follow it, but then theres this thing that I don't want to be alone. So I would follow my parents wishes.
I'd rather fight based on my own 'Personal opinion'. My family isn't perfect, noone is and I try not 2 be those blinded ppl who jump into a fight just coz my friends r(without even knowing wat the heck is goin on).
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In my view, both are essential in decision making........ one cannot exist without the other, otherwise the person would be a complete wreck.....
Your own opinions are important because..... well, just because they are what YOU think are right, and what YOU choose to do. If you just keep getting dragged into things by others, you would just be a shadow to someone else's actions, a doll with no mind of its own.
Ack, I just ran out of time...........
Anyway, long story short, both sides check and balance each other, and are therefore equally important
I agree with this, in life you can argue one thing is more important than another but ultimately it is a combination and balance of all things that make life work.Originally Posted by bassdudez
I'm big on loyalty, because I think that no enough people value it anymore, but in this case principles win hands down. I would never sit back and go against my morals simply because of who the person doing something wrong is.
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