Do you agree with this statement?
That one is evil if he responds in vengeance or retribution to an evil? One is evil just like the evil that done him wrong because it has infected him and made him commit evil in turn. Therefore justice is an evil principle. A flawed theory that states that "I" am entitled to do evil because of the evil done to me. Justice and the justice system is based on one of the oldest principles disguised in new age deception; an eye for an eye and a tooth for a tooth. Only the justice system has removed the direct reflex of action and consequence and given the sole power of vengeance to one person or group. And in one religion it is only God who gives vengeance and retribution. Therefore not only are those who believe themselves the executioners a logical fallacy but a religious violation. Because in assuming that power, they dress up in a mockery of that all powerful One.
Therefore, in this, we see to turn the other cheek is the true path. To resist evil even when confronted with it oneself, that evil find no ground with which to leap from and in the attempt falls to nothing. Madness is voided.
If this is true, then the ultimate evolution of human thought is separating from the confines and impulses of physical thinking. From evil- leaving behind the physical base for the idealic one- the one he has always been struggling to his whole life. The thing he has been reaching for.
Of course, this calls for the unthinkable. That we let evil reign despite ourselves in the hopes that it will tire itself into non-existence because evil perpetuates through infection and reflection of itself in its victim. Something that requires the deepest faith to believe in for truly you risk all and certainly evil will be done- unhindered but emboldened, briefly, by the retraction of immediate consequence. But I believe that he moral one would destroy it down the line. Not one inflicted upon it by the victim but the on inflicted upon himself because of his actions to the victim.
What is evil without another evil in turn. If evil were to attempt to rule it mus get you to do evil as well. So even though it may abuse you it will attempt to command you. If all people refuse to do evil- whether directly or indirectly- evil cannot sustain itself for their is no one evil that can perpetuate itself disproportionately to the good. If he has succeeded it is because he was allowed. Evil has infected and been reflected and has thus grown by the sake of its victims.
An action always returns, directly or indirectly. If it is absorbed and reflected by the target of the action the karmic return is actually more direct but less intense. If it is not is is less direct but more intense. A prolonged reckoning that will come slowly but devastate surely.
Evil begets evil. And when you dress fighting evil- indeed, fighting itself, as "good", you have become another link in that spiraling chain of evil that perpetuates the same cycle again and again and again. It must be understood that a great strength resides in the ability to reject that evil that charades as good. Let is pass over and away and accept its passing in spite of the marks. The greatest strength is seeking peace in everything. It is a spiritual strength.