Confusion about good?

One religious philosopher stated that knowing, understanding and doing what is ‘righteous’ is complicated. According to him, all are ‘relative’ and could not be segregated as just ‘good’ and ‘evil.’ Prophet Isaiah warned: “Woe to those who call evil good and good evil, who put darkness for light and light for darkness, who put bitter for sweet and sweet for bitter!” (Isaiah 5:20)
1) Evil approved: In society, evil is approved, legalized and even celebrated. Live-in relationship that is sin; is legally approved.
2) Hatred: Love for nation is not considered as criteria for patriotism; instead the intensity of hatred is measured as patriotism.
3) Nepotism: In public life, family relations are promoted while others are rejected or jettisoned. Such person is not rebuked or warned but celebrated as family oriented person. Many Christian organizations suffer because of this.
4) Corruption: People having power and authority consider it as a privilege to be selfish and corrupt.
5) Exaggeration: False news, fake news, false propaganda, twisted facts, are approved as normal. One who swears and fulfills, even if it hurts him is eligible to be in dwelling of the Lord. (Psalms 15:4)
6) Justification of evil: Even evil things are branded as good. Crimes, sins, evil deeds are justified if done by their own (family, caste, class, clan, language, religion) but condemned if others had done. By approving certain evils, people do not love good.
“Blessed is the one who has no reason to pass judgment on himself for what he approves.” (Romans 14:22) God’s wisdom is essential to know and understand ‘good’. (James 3:17,18) Only when we know Heavenly Father who is ‘Good,’ we will be able to discern what is right, just and good in this world. (Mark 10:18)
Am I confused or convinced about what is good, right and just?