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.
LISN defines religion as personal belief that is lovingly reflected in one’s life actions.
There is usually a relational aspect within religion, indicating our relationship with the divine or each other. Some say that the highest form of religion is friendship that accepts a friend as they are.
Religion and tradition both involve each other. Tradition is how things have been done in the past, and religion which is not spirit based may also be limited to tradition.
You can be religious about any moral or ethical stance. Religions conform to a social set of expectations that define that religion.
Panpsychism is the view that consciousness, mind or soul (psyche), is a universal and primordial feature of all things.
Panpsychists see themselves as subset minds in a universe of a single consciousness. They believe that every life has an element of individual consciousness.
Panpsychism is one of the oldest philosophical theories, and has been ascribed to philosophers like Thales, Parmenides, Plato, Averroes, Spinoza, Leibniz and William James