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JoFrance
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I see good vs evil more clearly now than ever before thanks to Pluto in Capricorn. Evil was always there, but the masks of people that have been pretending to be good are gone now. Dark to light. We are in a war to fight for the soul of humanity.

Human trafficking, Godlessness, greed, degeneracy, hatred, genocide, gore, etc. etc., are on full display in our society and celebrated by some. When you look in the eyes of those that commit such heinous acts you see hatred, emptiness and they almost seem like zombies. Did someone leave the door to Hell open so these human devils could get in?

Something that personifies where we're at is the murder of the 5 year old boy, Cannon Hinnant, in NC by a real life devil. That crime plays out across the country just about every day. Never in my life do I remember such heinous, unspeakable crimes committed against the most innocent and vulnerable among us in this country. That's why I think the door to Hell is open. Our society has crossed a line and we need to pray that we can take back society from such evil.

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@jofrance I saw that on the news this week (the little boy in NC). Just sickening. Don't remember these types of crimes when I was younger.

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To me, 'evil' is just a lower manifestation of fear and sadness, that has not been dealt with. Like festering worms that have been left under the bed for too long! 

Abuse someone for 40 years, physically and emotionally, and we shouldn't be shocked that they become a sociopath! Anyone would go crazy under such circumstances.

Perhaps people who are evil are just got a crap shoot of unfortunate circumstances of abuse, mental illness, personality disorders, trauma, bullying, lack of access to social interaction, and substance abuse. 

 

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I have known quite a few evil people in my life. Every single one of them had a choice. 

I feel I could be evil. I've certainly been invited but it just not something I'd choose.

Somewhere along the line I was told to never sell my soul to the devil. I heeded that advice.

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anonymoushermit
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Evil is so hard to define. I guess Hitler would be considered evil by most standards, and people!

A woman who lies about a man, to other people, that he raped her, would be considered cruel and evil.

What about someone who is just snobby and dismissive? I guess they're not evil, but they sure are unpleasant to be around!

Obviously, Hitler and the lying woman (who lies about being raped) chose their choices. 

As for the guy (who happened to be black) who killed/shot that 5 year old white kid? It seemed more of an impulse and a symptom of severe mental illness, to me! I guess you could argue that he 'chose' it, but how long do you leave a messed up brain, without treatment, before it snaps? This situation is more gray, when it comes to evil, IMO!

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@anonymoushermit

I guess there's a saying "it explains it, but it doesn't excuse it" when it comes to unhealthy behavior spurred by past trauma or illness - which hopefully encourages one to look deeper into themselves when they realize they have a problem.

But the question remains: who is responsible when someone is not aware of their condition and acts out from a place of ignorance, weakness, or desperation? I think that is not so much evil as it is tragic...

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