There are no good or wicked people in the world. People however do make choices that are good or bad. A person therefore makes a choice to engage in activities that are believed good or evil. The choices people make are usually dependent on the psychological conditioning they face. Each and Every Creature is a Divine Being descended through the Supreme Being (Allah or God), God admits to creating evil. Read Isaiah 45:7 from the Religious Bible. "I form light and create darkness: I make peacefulness and create evil: I the Lord do each one of these things. So it can be effectively assumed that the evil that exist on the planet is because God creating it.
The complete natural and living world is based on materialism and bad I identify the evil of the natural world. Not only that however the good in the natural world is dependant on evil. Even the moralistic, conscious and righteous good of Human Beings is dependant on bad and materialism. The complete picture of the living and natural world is the fact evil dominates: without bad there would be no good. But without good, there continues to be bad. No good image can represent this situation adequately. This debate is about Individual good and Human being evil. It's about motivation and behavior. Predicated on Flannery O'Connor brief storyline a good man is hard to find, she provided two contradictory images of population: some may be the power and prevalence of bad seem so deeply embedded that only destruction may underlying it out, another is based on religion. In "AN EXCELLENT Man Is Difficult to find, " there are two main revelation that involve the grandmother and the Misfit. Byars declare that as impending death draws nearer to the grandmother, her pristine Christian faade reduces, and she starts to comprehend the Misfit and his natural, harsh evil. This awareness improves as she pleads to no avail for him to be a Good Man. "In death the grandmother's face of smiling innocence implies their state to which she has been restored, and the defenseless appearance of the Misfit" this lets the audience know that he can't fully refuse god. This tale presents itself as an example of beliefs, in god, growing from extremely negative situation. When the grandmother realizes the death is around, her standard is an important one of individuals responsibility and unity before god, as she begs the Misfit to change. For the misfit, the writer O'Connor states that we see protagonist who passionately desires the certainty of belief in Jesus; not finding it, the changes to murder and other bad.
The imaginary works of Flannery O'Connor rely greatly on religion as a style. Obviously, she assumed that mankind's selections between Satan and God and the struggles that these selections entail were important enough to receive constant in her writing. By adding the vast and frequently unfavorable changes of post world war II America in her account, she proved the growing schism between popular population and the Christian ideals of the south. Because her storyline are presented in such a masterful and exciting way, she has earned the differentiation to be one of the south's finest authors.
In "An excellent man is hard to find, " Red Sammy said. "Everything gets terrible. I recall that day you might go off and leave your display door unlatched. Not no more. " When Sammy complains a good man is hard to find, he seems to mean that trustworthy people are hard to find. To him, good means respectable or respectable, enjoy it will for the grandmother. Of course the grandmother herself certainly a good person, and the family will encounter somebody who's the other kind (a bad person), so there's something humorous yet foreboding in what Sammy says. But gleam more serious ironic because the come across with genuine bad will posed the question of what it really mean to be good. It might that it means much more than Sammy or the grandmother think it can. A couple of no actions that are "good" or "bad" from the point of view of all peoples, civilizations, societies, kinds and interests. A couple of no activities that are absolutely best for life, and there are no actions that are harmful to all species. There is absolutely no "opposite" to good or bad; there are just conflicting pursuits. Only personal point of view, compromise and discord. "Good" is not the opposite of "evil" as both principles are too personal, too subjective and too elusive to warrant description or image resolution as opposites.
I will conclude by expressing that there is evil in the world, and if there is evil there should be good, if there good and evil, there has to be a moral laws on which to judge between good and evil. What we call good depends upon the existence of what we call bad, and evil is out there only in relation to good. Being interdependent conditions they can not be segregated. In trying to separate them also to make each the stand by position itself as in addition to the other, we not only demolish their relative and interdependent character, but also damage the terms themselves.
LaVey, Anton. (1930-1997)
The Satanic Bible (1969). Printed by Avon Catalogs Inc, New York, USA. Anton LaVey founded the Church of Satan in 1966.
The Devil's Notebook (1992). Printed by Feral House, CA, USA.
Kennedy, X. J. , ed. Back pack Literature: An Intro to Fiction, Poetry, Theatre, and Writing. 3rd release. Boston: Longman: 2010.