The words in 'What a wonderful world!' rearranges to 'A flawed world hurt now!'
Now that gives a very negative feeling, does it not? What if the above sentence was written as,
The words in 'A flawed world hurt now!' rearranges to '
What a wonderful world!' ?
That does not create much of an impact, but for whatever it does, it is positive. The same statement can be seen in two perspectives. Everything in this world has more than one perspective to analyze from. The above statement is neither wrong nor right by itself, but it is the very soul within each that classifies the first one negative and the latter, positive.
Some like the first, as it deepens self pity and hopelessness, and others like the second, which says there is hope, though it is nothing more than a statement. So, it is right for one and wrong for the other. What seems to be right from one's perspective seems wrong from the other and vice versa.
Now, each thing may be right for one and wrong for the other.
I can conclude this in two ways,
Each thing in this world is right according to someone.
Each thing in this world is wrong according to someone.
Everything in this world is right.
Everything in this world is wrong.