3 Answers

  1. As they say, the freedom of one person is limited by the freedom of another. So you can do whatever you want, as long as it doesn't harm the people around you.

  2. There is a great phrase – to start doing what you like, you need to stop doing what you want. And that's very clear, isn't it?)�

    On the other hand, I may want, for example, to arrange a tough self-development with hunger strikes, yoga, meditation, quarterly vipassanas, and other gugu-trash. If we are talking about such desires, then it seems that they can be indulged.

  3. If you answer this question in general, then � is wrong. What if you want to kill a person? Simply so. This is already wrong.�

    And if it's private , you need to know exactly what you want to do. Everything that is within the law, I think a person has the right to do without regard for others.

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