Evil is a paint brush we use to describe people we don’t agree with

Evil is a paint brush we use to describe people we don’t agree with


– I don’t draw a line
between good and evil. I think they exist in some way, shape or form within all of us. If we see people in monochromes, you’re either good or you’re evil, that’s either good or that’s evil, I think it’s a slippery slope to go down, because then it becomes us versus them. And I don’t think any
situation is us versus them, I think we’re all in this together, and to say something is inherently evil is to never give it a chance. You have to recognize
that a little bit of it exists within everyone, because I just can’t believe
that there are people out there who there’s not even a
little bit of good in. Perhaps their ideals are different, perhaps the way that they
view the world is different, perhaps the way that they
were raised was traumatic, but I think evil is just
a paintbrush that we use to describe people that
we don’t agree with, that believe in different
things than ourselves, and until we actually sit
down with them face-to-face and have a conversation, I think that’s when a lot of
times we realize that hey, even the most horrible
monsters in human history had some good within them. So, I just don’t think
they’re opposing things, I think they exist in polarities.

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