In terms of morality, one can say, that the immoral see that there are no contradictory consequences for thier acts, and we could assume that they
have a belief that ultimatley, they, and, all will cease to exist at one stage, so they have no need to fear the consequences for their "immoral" acts
because they see no punishment when, hypothetically, all is reduced to oblivion.
In terms of morality there are two alternate perceptions of "consequences" - one are consequences to yourself, and the other, is consequences to
The unifing term here is "all" and given the abovementioned "alternatives" - all can be relative if we see them as being a complimentary pair,
constitute as others, because, of course, evil can inflict "evil" upon itself.
The only release here is if there are no consequences for an action, these actions hypothetically could be anything, however, if there are no
consequences, then, you are only dealing with yourself
One might add that "we are all one" however, I dispute this because it is possible for many "others" to exist, that "we" are not aware of, and we can
call ourselves "one" until we realise that there are others that we are not aware of, and that they are not aware of us.
This would mean that reality is infinite, however, "evil" manifests here as the belief in our ultimate demise, rendering morality to be meaningless if
we all meet the same fate.
And "evil" to me is this self-defeating concept - it does not mean that one would be depressed, it means that one would forfeit their will to actions
that lead to peril and demise, and yes, we do suffer, this is simply reality.
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