How things work around the universal laws of life and the theory of what realy is the way of life.
Every human individual has his own perspective on what is good and what is considered evil, what is against a method and what is considered the rite method, which is the light and which is the terrible darkness. In a profound state of thought, it can be realized that our own collection of beliefs, specificly religion, is indeed an unbalanced strain between what is good and what is wrong, such as how it is seen in the Christian faith, for example, that a divinity, Jesus Christ, is in a war against the wrong-doing forces of the devil, or Satan. It is, perhaps, a natural but unique process of the early human consciousness, based on a universal figment of the enigmatic. The constant battle between the sun against the dark doings of the night, in that the death of the sun brings a farmer's crops to ruin and the uknown frights into life, although by the ressurection of the sun at dawn life flourishes once again, victorious over the dark, was a natural perception by early humanity that the world's security from evil is always looming around the vulnerable.
As it could be understood, nature might have influanced the reasoning thoughts of the early mind, when little was known about life, or the universe. Evil itself is evil, and without a rightous spirit of good intention, it is already doomed for destruction at the end of the course, when victory is given to good. While the Christian religion describes a place of eternal judgement, or Hell, for the imoraly broken, purity succeeds in the surcumstance of eternal happiness, or Heaven. As it is compared to the Bible, no matter if it takes the death of 5 million innocent Christians or Jewes, goodness still is bound for victory and success, even if the last gooddoer is slaughtered, or the last church is burned down. However, it is quite the opposite in the direction of evil, if it is Satan, Hitler, or death itself, since evil is bound to fail in its dreaded plot to conquer the good, now that evil is vulnerable in itself to break itself, its creed, its spirit in the plot over good.
Hitler, who inspired Germany to lead the war, and to fight for the German people, taught Germany and encuraged its people to fight and live with the spirit of Germany, the empowering victory vision of the ''master race'' over all other known peoples and nations. Although, as we could see of this courageous man of his country, his wrong deeds over his time of dictatorship soon took him at the end of the war, when after all his beliefs of sacrifice to the German homeland, he betrayed his beloved nation of Germany, and fled out of sight to his own personal gain selfishly, as many other terrible leaders have done, become traitors to themselves. Here comes the idea of being wrong, is being a betrayer to themselves. Lucifer betrayed God by wanting to be as high and mighty as He was. At that moment, Lucifer was a traitor to himself, dooming himself for an unsuccessful end of eternal judgement by God.
In society, betraying your rights, your life and nation, by crime or by terrorism or by any other wrong doing, you have surely been turned into a betrayer to your own nation. But what is wrong? What is truely there that is seen as wrong and must be punished and conquered by whatever is seen as good? From this we can ask, what is even good, or considered right? Society somewhere once saw the Jewish people as everything that is evil or corrupt, and so they saw the way of life like this, blinded by a false misconception and adjusting their problem with genocide. Are we comitting wrong acts based on a misconception of what we see as good, or neccessary, or evil, or not natural in moral means? Should we might as well be killing off entire states of American people, and accepting it all as a good thing? Is destruction the way of life? Is it not pain? Humanity only relies on what they can benefit from and what is felt as a good thing.
As the ancients of South America commited ''terrible actions'' of human sacrifices before Europeans had made their great contact in history, the ordinary Mayan saw this as a miraculous happening and greatest-thing-to-happen process of life in a day, in that the belief was that human sacrifice would bring the sun upon their heads again by morning, as they hoped for every day to happen. They saw this as the greatest deed anyone could act upon, before the Europeans came in the mission of the church. Here we ask, what is good and what is wrong in our own eyes? This is one of the mysteries of the universe, and either way, we shall never know by the steadiest fancy, if good is good, and if evil is bad.