It was suggested to me yesterday, while having a very bad day, “to survive a personal confrontation with human evil is to live in a world in which evil is no longer hypothetical” by Robert Goldstein, a fellow blogger of great wisdom.
I have survived evil with many colours. I have been touched by the sad truth that most evil is done by people who never make up their minds to be good or evil. Shamelessly evil is invoked with the need for greed, the misuse of power, and the misguided belief that righting a perceived wrong requires actions that destroys lives.
A noble man/woman takes conscious, willful, and deliberate action to do what is in the greatest good of all concerned not to just blindly take from the pockets and lives of other to feed their need.