Every choice for correct action has to stem from the choice for it, which is always the same choice.
The mind identifies new information by association to something familiar. For example, "When we are upset, we simply can not remember the joy of mentally knowing a permanently none-harm solution."
In that way is the choice for action always the same and identified as itself, easily. For example, "When you sit on the floor, just think about why you need to get up, and the thought will grow on you until you make the choice. But the same feeling to act is always already there from the very beginning first thought to get up. The feeling for action just grows stronger until choice for action is made."
And for disputes about same feeling in mind across different people, and different cultures, consider simply that once two minds share the same goal, they will share the same motives, feelings, and desires for it... but to lesser degrees. The feeling, however, must be the same if the goal is beyond time itself, and therefore always the same.