Full Glossary Index
Definitions of evil vary, as does the analysis of its motives. Evil can be:
Personal immoral actions or thoughts (though it is not common to relate the word evil to transient thought, rather it is a malignant intent to harm)
Impersonal natural evil (as in the case of natural disasters or illnesses)
A persona of demonic or supernatural/eternal power (See Also: Devil)
Elements that are commonly associated with personal forms of evil involve unbalanced behavior involving anger, revenge, fear, hatred, psychological trauma, expediency, selfishness, ignorance, or neglect.
Those characteristics which your higher (inner) self aspires to, and are morally and spiritually good.
Virtue promotes collective and individual greatness. (See LISN stream on virtue)
LISN virtues are those at the heart of human principle. Courage, justice, humanity, temperance, transcendence, and wisdom were broad headings identified in a 2004 study which have “a surprising amount of similarity across cultures and strongly indicating a historical and cross-cultural convergence.”