• * Or may be that one is evil.

Like the above.
When you argue about good and evil which is located on the level of individual orders and you independently choose the criterion, it may look like as if right and wrong is something which submits to humans.

However, even in that case, the status of good and evil as a master who gives the general orders still remains the same.
Let's rewrite the above.

  • * Shall I really receive the order to hate this? (Is this really evil?)
  • * Or shall I receive the order to hate that one? (Or may be that one is evil?)

How was this?

I believe, you may see the fact that the master-servant relationship between good and evil and human beings on the general commands level has not been moved even an inch, no matter how much you argue about good and evil on the individual orders level.

In this way, you can argue about right and wrong on the individual orders level, and also the orders of good and evil was originally concealed, so, it is not very easy to recognize the existence of the master-servant relationships between good and evil and human beings. Particularly, you can hardly notice the master-servant relationship on the general orders level.

This is to say, there is a possibility that one is not aware of the fact that he/she is a servant who submits to somebody.

Have you yourself been aware of the possibility of such master-servant relationship with right and wrong?

If you are not aware of this, then you might be under the illusion that you were independent, not submissive.

This is the second possibility of delusion related to good and evil.


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