That perception is based on your personal morality, not mine. To me, that would be perfect goodness.Your action definitely does not live up to the standard of perfect goodness. How good or evil it is is relative, but to the sincerity of your intentions, not your aesthetic whims.
The application of one's conscience is also relative. Doing right by people is dependant on the combination of many factors. It is not possible to ultimately "do right" by people, because, in the process, one may "do wrong" by other people.Morality is an aspect of human existence rotating around conscience, which decides whether we are doing right by other people. When conscience is active, it considers whether we have respected other people's freedom and happiness to the best of our abilities. When it is inactive, we don't care about such things; only about aesthetic pursuits and personal pleasure. Unethical people have no ability to recognize other people have needs and desires as valid as their own.
How each of us experiences gravity is fairly static. How each of us experiences good and evil is completely variable.We get our definitions for good and evil the same way we get them about gravity, except instead of physics we study the architecture of human nature.