So, does the End justify the Means? Or do the Means justify the End? Or is the Means as important as the End? Since we have no answers, could it be that we have been asking the wrong questions? Perhaps we must move on to pertinent questions like, What is Justice? Who is the Universal authority on what is right? Who can unquestionably define what is wrong for us?
The wisest course of action would have been to ask the first person who ever committed a wrong, but it has been noticed that those who commit wrongs never admit they are in the wrong. From this junction, there are many ways to turn, but at every turn we make, Our pre-existing idea of what is right or wrong interrupts our diligent Inquiry.
This realization leaves us with only one alternative – the One who declared judgement on the first wrongdoing; who set the premises for what is right and wrong. The Only way is the One who calls Himself the Way. We gain unchecked, uninfluenced access to Him by His Spirit which he puts Within us the Moment we receive Him into our lives.
And if you wander off the road to the right or left, you will hear His voice behind you saying, “Here is the road. Follow it.”