Could you please to tell me if any grammatical problem in the follow sentence?
You do something right with reason, but you do anything wrong without passion.
Also, any comment on this idea is appreciated
Please be aware that I'm neither a native English speaker nor a teacher.
There is nothing wrong with reason, but I buy a movie's quote "if your heart is empty, your brain doesn't matter". You know there are many things do not go logically as we think. Without passion or faith, we stop when we encounter anything in disorder
No, the use of "anything" and the structure is wrong.
Here is one of the many ways you could write what I think you mean:
"Reason is necessary to do something right, but without passion anything you do will be wrong."