MONEY VS. HUMANITY – Where Does the Evil Lie?

I’m inclined to believe that anyone who cares more about money than humanity is evil.  I mean, perhaps “evil”, just as “good”, is a state of being; a choice in time that must be maintained to be sustained.  But once you cross that 50% line, I really do believe that’s the precise moment when one steps into a state of evil being.  Because it seems that is precisely the point wherein decisions (and resulting action) will be based upon a premise of evil rather than a concern for the greater good.  But then again, I don’t know.  It also seems it must be much more complicated than that.  Any thoughts as to what I am missing here?

3 thoughts on “MONEY VS. HUMANITY – Where Does the Evil Lie?

  1. I like your statement “I’m inclined to believe that anyone who cares more about money than humanity is evil.” It makes sense, e.g. the greed caused and developed during one’s constant pursuit of money may take one away from humanitarian thoughts and actions. It’s fair to say that it’s not the money per se, but the love/lust/greed for the money that reduces the value of human life and works against humanity in big picture. And that’s the primary cause of evil.

    Thanks for sharing your thoughts.

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