If you don’t want to be evil, you have to be a good person. The good is good. When we’ve got bad habits, we’re going to get the bad stuff.
“Evil” is a pretty vague word. There is no universally accepted definition, with “evil” being a fairly nebulous term. The thing we love to do is have a phrase that fits our personality, one that is catchy, has a positive connotation, and can be used to describe the actions we’ve been doing that are not in line with our morals.
If you don’t want to be evil, then be a good person, and please be a good person.
I think our good selves are the ones being good. We want to be good people, and we want to get things done without any evil thoughts or feelings. I think this is why we have good memories. We don’t want to have our bad memories, but we don’t want to forget about where we’ve been either. We want to go back to the good parts of our past.
Evil is the lack of good, and good is the absence of evil. If you’re not evil then you are not good, and if you’re not good then you are not evil. That’s the problem, I think. Evil is a choice, and good is not. A good person can have a bad memory. A bad person can have a good memory. As long as we are not evil, we are good.
This is basically the whole argument of the book “Fool’s Errand” by Thomas Pynchon. In the book, Benji is a man who has committed a terrible and unforgivable crime: he has stolen a magic book. Benji goes to the local bookstore to pick it up, only to find that they have hidden a trap for him. The trap was set to kill him, but someone in the bookstore was able to set it off.
It’s a nice little meta-argument for the book, and in this case, it is pretty damn true. Sure, we can say something like “If there is a person out there who is a bad person, they could just be a bad person,” but in the real world, we can be pretty sure that we are not a bad person. This is especially true when we’re talking about ourselves.
The real world is the place we live in. We each create the world we are in, every minute of every day. Most of us know that we are not the perfect angels we think we are, but that doesn’t mean we shouldn’t make the effort to be better. The real world makes it pretty easy for us to be imperfect.
In our everyday lives, we can be pretty sure that we are not (or at least not more than) the perfect angels we think we are. In the real world, we often mess up. And we can be pretty sure we are not the perfect angels we think we are.
We can be pretty sure that we are not even closer to the perfect angels we think we are than we think we are. We can be pretty sure that we are not better than the perfect angels we think we are than the angels we think we are. We need to take care of our own imperfections, but we also need to take care of other imperfections.