by Chris Campbell
Laissez Faire Books
Evil, Paul Rosenberg of Freeman’s Perspective writes, can be defined as the “willful abuse of other humans.”
Put into this context, evil is very real. And it’s scary, unpredictable and, unfortunately, very human.
But despite all of the fear surrounding evil, evil is not strong. In fact, it rests on a house of cards. It is incredibly weak. And although it’s always been around, the lion’s share of evil has also always been perpetrated by a laughably small minority.
The vast majority of people simply want to be left alone to work as they wish and to raise a family and to grow old with the people they love.