Good and evil should be easy to understand, shouldn’t it. Like, if I help someone isn’t that good? Well, what if I were to help them so much that they lost chances to develop and improve the use of their initiative? That may not seem so good after all.
Then again, what if I didn’t help someone and; because they didn’t know how something was done but had seen results of other people’s knowledge; they came up with a new and improved way of doing something and ended up making the world a better place?
From these opening comments where do we go? More will be revealed and some of it may well be worthwhile.
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