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Man is innately good but has the ability to be evil I believe that a majority of people do what they believe to be right Whether they are correct or not is another matter In order to be trulyevil I believe that one has to purposely consciously try to hurt others Be it physically or mentally a conscious effort to injure others is for noobvious benifit to the human race is evil I also think that good and evilare on totally different planes than right and wrong They do not gohand in hand I believe this because good and evil in my mind areconcrete they do not change Right and wrong however are more of anindividual thing which can not be confined to guidelines As I said before I believe that people try to do good most of thetime As in every rule however there is an exception There are certaincircumstances in life which can change the way a person acts There is a definite duality within me I am usually a good person Iopen doors push in chairs listen to people and help little kids Butoccasionally I catch myself thinking about how I could make someone feelbad I automatically feel my face turn red and that would be the end ofthe thought But I think once in a while everyone thinks something likeHe would really be embarrassed if I told everyone about that time atcamp Plus I could get him back or something like She doesntdeserve that What if they found out what she did last year This is notexactly evil thoughts but it can quite possibly lead to evil actions Prejudice is another form of evil that produces alienation and war I have certain prejudices that I carry and I am not very proud of themthough often my instinct about a person is right My major prejudice isagainst people who cannot grasp
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