Everyone, without a single exception have the will to be good. We could go deep into what ‘good’ and ‘bad’ meant, but to be brief, I’ll briefly say ‘to preserve that which exists’ or ‘to let it be’ or ‘to not oppose it’. One could argue ‘what about those bad things that exist, should we let those be too?’ Hold on a second, how come bad things exist?
You will find as somebody becomes more thorough in knowing that which exists, he can also allow it to exist more thoroughly, as he doesn’t then change and oppose it in his thinking. If I for example thought that a person was inherently evil, I wouldn’t have any remorse to oppose him too. But what if I found out otherwise?
Supporting the ‘good’ about a person is supporting that which that person actually is, otherwise I’d be supporting something else (changing), or I could as well oppose that which that person wasn’t (destroy). And basically, when we oppose each other, that’s what we do.
Since nobody wants to be bad, one also rejects the idea of being bad. One is capable of exhibiting extremely evil traits, while -on the same time- may blame others of exhibiting them. That is because he doesn’t ‘feel’ those traits are himself. And -indeed- deep down he isn’t those traits, but he is capable of seemingly opposing that which he is.
It doesn’t matter whether you think Satan is actual or a myth. He is not evil, and all he’s done is based on a misunderstanding, what’s going on. He thinks ‘evil is’. He thinks that which made him is evil. And he never revolted against ‘good’. Then based on that understanding he reacted and became that which he reacted against. That is why understanding each other thoroughly, not by making assumptions, not by remembering yesterday, but by truly knowing and becoming known to each other here and now can have ‘healing’ properties. Everything can be sorted out. But of course for such a thing to occur openness, honesty and persistence are needed.
The more somebody acts evil, the more he denies himself. The more he denies himself the more a victim he becomes of the evil he thinks. And the more he denies himself the more he seemingly ‘disappears’, not as human body that can seemingly act ‘normal’, but as that which controls that body. People that act very evil aren’t free to think, and they aren’t free to employ logic, as their thought is full of self-denial, being victim, blaming others. When that is extreme, one becomes unable to truly examine anything, so that person generalizes a lot, and the evil he perceives is of course rejected from himself and projected unto the whole world. Statements like that ‘people are evil’, ‘everything is ruined’ are very common from such persons. He is also unable to examine himself by any means and to do anything about himself, and so he cannot change the way he operates. Having such people teach other that ‘the world’ is like, is very dangerous as those others may adopt his viewpoint and react against it the way he does.