Just One Thought: No to evil

If you are a CEO. If you are a lumber jack corp in Burma. If you are a smartphone manufacturer. There is only one word I want to throw at you: No. This is not your planet. These are not your resources. Not your oil, sand or wood. This is not your world. This is not your task on this planet. This is not supposed to happen. Your profit does not legitimate this madness. In one word: No.

People suffer needlessly. And all of them are innocent. Because innocent people suffer the most. People in camps in the desert, people entrapped in war-ridden countries, people trying to flee their life without a perspective in order to live like every human was supposed to live: In peace, harmony, wealth and safety. I say no to every evil person trying to actually benefit from this.

Evil is a bottomless pit. There is no limit of how evil a person can be. From a lie, to a robbery, to murder, to genocide. You people were fascinating to observe and analyze. Only due to your behavior, which only destroys and suppresses, I was able to find the antidote to your oozing madness. The governments and administrations around the globe cannot fight you. But money in the right place does. Things like therapy, meditation and contemplation will dry the water underneath the flow that keeps you afloat.

As long as evil is not confronted with their actions; nothing will change. Evil must practice being human by breaking their mind. Not in an evil sense; like secret services do while torturing for example. Evil is a long, vast, years in development big stone inside someone’s mind. And only a small crack makes it crumble and finally break. How do we stop jihadists? How do we stop anti-Semitism? With calm, focused and concrete reflection. It is harder than it sounds. Just like evil; ignorance is a bottomless pit too. 

But we can use a ‘cheat’ so to speak. Evil works in groups. There are few standalone evil individuals in this world. When the first one reflects and reconsiders; it would spread like wildfire to others. The evil majority must be re-programmed this way. As long as they have something in common; something they can share in order to feel useful and needed, they will not stop. We must use the human mind against them. This is only a drop into the ocean, yet it matters a lot. We could at least try it.

Published by N. Burg

N. Burg is a writer. He discovered his passion for writing at the age of 17. Since then he wrote a vast body of work. He also likes reading, cats, the manga One Piece, and thinking.

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