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Byline: Zaid Mohamad
AS we go about our daily lives, I am sure there are times when our beliefs, principles and good intentions are questioned by others.
When we try to do the right thing, there may be someone who is not happy about it, especially if it affects them directly. For example, when we follow the traffic rules or give way to fellow drivers, others behind us may be unhappy and start honking.
Similarly, when we follow office procedures, colleagues may say that it slows down the process and causes them hardship.
The most tragic of all is there are those who choose not to help a fellow human being because they either have no personal …