Walking a straight line often is difficult

We often do wrong things

Among the reasons are our emotional imbalances

Timidity and prejudices

Social, intellectual and moral failings

We often make deliberate mistakes

We often can’t see the fine line between fair criticism and fault-finding

Our unconscious tendency to simplify things often is the cause of going the wrong way

We don’t like the idea of being scrutinised by others

We don’t want to go out of the system to see things in perspective

We keep our eyes closed as per our convenience

We prefer to ignore, rather than explain

We often want to maintain cordial relations, at the cost of wrongdoing

We don’t want to stir the waters of cordial relationships

Our loyalty often tempts us to go the wrong way

Walking a straight line often is difficult