What is Evil but the sum of disavowed choices gone unaccounted for…
Utilizing the most basic concept of God, I shall present a speculative deduction.
From one perspective: Evil is nothing but the Self Accountability that God refuses to acknowledge… All of the world’s ills spawn from one source: the eternal. Just as all the world’s joys are derived from one impetus. Or what I like to refer to as the infinite. God (in the broadest concept of the word: metaphorically) likes to gather together all his unmentionables, all his malicious desires, all his nefarious inclinations, all his shameful urges, and cast them off on an island to be. Neglecting them if you will. He likes to isolate them and keep them in a box and act as though they aren’t a part of him. As though they are not of him and not worthy of acknowledgement.
You see, God, instead of looking after his maliciousness and managing it, would much rather let it take care of itself. Like a small abandoned child the viciousness is left to raise itself, it is left to fend for itself, it is left to its own devices. A tempestuous and volatile spark left to survive by any means necessary without any sense of direction. When you allow a child to raise itself it will inevitably lash out and nothing but chaos will ensue. It will eventually out grow its box and out grow any means you may of had of controlling it. At that point it becomes estranged—completely unfamiliar to you. At that point it no longer becomes a part of God led astray but “evil”—a completely narcissistic, self-absorbed, hurt conglomerate of chaos–unbalanced emotion.
You see, the God in man isn’t just accepting all the accolades for all the benevolence one spreads in the world, to one’s peers, and to the people around him. You see, the true power of a God rest in the ability of controlling all aspects of oneself. –Embracing the ills as opposed to shunning the ills. –Understanding the ills as opposed to detaching yourself from the ills. –Provide a healthy outlet for the ills as opposed abandoning the ills. For when one begins to understand the entirety of self, only then can one grow with a healthy balance. Only then can one begin to nurture all aspects of their being.
God isn’t necessarily all that is Good. Evil isn’t necessarily all that is Bad. One is of the of the other. One stems from a lack of understanding of the other–an inability to truly love oneself wholly. A fear of an anomaly within, that creates a rift that eventually becomes to deep to mend.
Being accountable for all aspects of oneself can help us be all that we were meant to be.