Good, evil, right and wrong: My definition and yours

I first need to define good and evil which are different from right and wrong. Evil in my dictionary is not equal to wrong and to understand what does mean we have to understand what good is and vice versa.

Good is the quality of convergence of a set of beings with the aim to unify the beings.
Evil is the quality of divergence of a set of beings with the aim to disunify the beings.
Right is the quality of being correct base on a set of facts.
Wrong is the quality of being incorrect based on a set of facts.

Our understanding of universe for example could be good meaning that the set of concepts which defines the universe reaching to unity, together define the universe, otherwise is evil. Our understanding of universe is correct if the set of facts exist which confirm our understanding otherwise it is wrong.

I think if you explained why these are your definitions it might help. I can’t intuit what you’re getting at with them. They look lIke just a string of words.

I guess it all depends on your dictionary:p We go by the words and definitions of God and he is who taught us all that.

If you believe and honor and follow him, then evil is equal to wrong.

Anyone can take any truth of God and walk away from it and make it a different truth, this is called free will, to obey or disobey the word of God.

Beings that we go by his truth and not yours we will never agree.:wink:

Good is the quality of convergence of a set of beings with the aim to unify the beings.

Basically you are saying good and evil are objective. For example both Hitler was Good for everything he did And America was good for opposing him.

Evil is the quality of divergence of a set of beings with the aim to disunify the beings.

In Hitlers eyes America was evil. And in Americas eyes the hitler were. Are you saying they were both right?

Sorry for using this argument I know it is used much but it seems most effective.:smiley:

Both side were good in their owns, they use evil to infiltrate each other and they were both wrong/nor right, since wise person never start a war.

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