Rightdoing (n) an ethos as much as a way of life, rightdoing extends to one's political, social and familial spheres.
Rightdoing is not rising above others at their expense, it is an honest day's work, and a clear conscience at dinner time.
Rightdoing is a civic and social responsibility. It is using one's resources to help others, giving others a hand-up if they need it.
Rightdoing is raising one's children in an environment of optimism, affirmation and validation. People in greater society are treated in a similar way.
Rightdoing is working to feed one's family, and being moderate in one's addictions.
Rightdoing is living according to the philosophy of the nowist and Nowism: using the most positive from the present and thereby improving the possible future for ourselves and the lives around us.
Rightdoing is not bursting people's bubbles, splitting hairs and generally arguing just for the sake of it. Rightdoing leaves people to their various illusions, where they are happier.
Rightdoing is being tactful, is about respect for one's parents, and keeping family life harmonious.
Rightdoing is pure good. There can be no negativity or selfishness involved.
Otherwise, one is involved in wrongdoing.
Drew is such a joy to be around! His whole attitude towards his fellow human beings and his life is one of rightdoing (n).