My view on right and wrong is that there is no true right or wrong. Instead, what is good or bad, right or wrong, correct or incorrect, is subjective and changes with the context. For example, most would consider killing to be wrong, but what if someone were attempting to kill you or a loved one? Would killing in this context be justified, or just as wrong as in any other? Stealing is another very variable “wrong” — would stealing be less bad if you had no money and were taking food to feed your three hungry little children? On the other hand, is it always “good” to defend a loved one, even when you hurt others in the process?
But what is most interesting about morality is that often what is right to some is what fulfills their personal bias. What they like and how and who they are is right, and what differs from them is wrong. And what benefits them is good, what disadvantages them is bad. In this way, what is right and wrong becomes less about kindness and respect and more about judgment and ego.
Is this to say that I think morality is unnecessary and does more harm than good? No, judgment and criticism are a part of humanity, and quite necessary at times. However, I think that more could stand to examine their views on right and wrong, what purpose they serve, and why they hold them.
What do you consider right and wrong? Do you have strict views or do they change with context?