Friday, February 6, 2009


I was recently asked in one of my posts, "What is your definition of "Evil?". What a good question! I do not see evil in the same way as is categorized by Christians. I believe in a balance between good and bad. I don't believe in the Christian version of "God". Therefore, I cannot believe in Satan or "evil" as written in Christian literature. I do find certain acts to be foul and disgusting, and the people who perpetrate such acts are "evil". Not because the devil or Satan lead them to commit such horrendous acts, but because the person themselves are in some way "sick". Do not confuse this statement with mentally ill. I'm sure some people who do commit atrocities do actually have some mental defect. Most, in my opinion, just exercise a lack of self control and complete disregard for others. It really is a simple answer, but I think I will take a bit longer to really express my ideas and opinions on the subject. I hope this post at least helps answer the basic question.

Just follow this:
Do unto others as you would have them do unto you because you never know which of the others is more evil than you. ;)

**I'm not sure who all actually knows this info. The evil in Evil Lily is not about being evil in the satanic sense. My favorite flower is the calla lily esp. the deep purple/black variety. I had an ad in my head that pertained to "good" verses "bad" lilies. That is really all there is to it. Nothing really "evil" about it at all.**

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