Howdy!!! I recently told someone that I am never wrong. I meant this and still do. I also believe the same for others. Wrong implies that there is a 'right' and that this 'right' is unshakeable, truth, reality, fact. The only truth is that right and wrong are opinions… and you know that opinions are like assholes… everyone has one. So if everyone has an opinion and opinions determine right and wrong (or religion which is the same damn thing) then I would wager that right and wrong are more about control and less about love. I believe that right and wrong exist to make insecurities less insecure.
I may do something that you don't like or appreciate. I may do or say something that annoys or offends you. You may decide that I am annoying or offensive. To that I say, you forgot to put "to me" at the end of your sentence so it would read accurately, "You are offensive (or annoying) to me." To which I would say, "ok." I am not bothered by the opinion of others, that often, because I don't consider others' opinions my truth. My truth lives within me and motivates me to do what I feel makes sense for the world that I live in. We may find that vibrationally we relate to many others and then there are some that you just won't relate to, depending on where they are evolutionarily/vibrationally. Just because it doesn't make sense to me doesn't mean that it is right or wrong universally… it may be not what works for the world I am creating daily, it may undermine my vision of joy and peace on earth, but that doesn't make it right or wrong in general. I have not seen (or remembered) enough of what the universe has planned in order to know what the 'big picture' is. So, I humbly move within the space I understand, and that is a place of love and acceptance that all that exists is meant to.
Once we stop the blame game, the judgement game, the less than or more than game, we may begin to play well with others. Once we stop deciding that we know all there is to know and become curios about how another sees the world, we might begin to grow. Once we stop creating a world where there is one side or the other we might get to see the vast array of all that there is and all that there will be. Until then you will see things as right and wrong and so they shall be.