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I think most people are neutral, followed by evil people, while truly good people are very rare.
I think people are inherently good.
They never justify doing good things, only bad things. Most bad people think they are good people or try to convince themselves they are.
It's external experiences that can lead down a road of badness.
Neutral just plain boring or have some good and bad qualities.
I think most people are about as good as they can be. That doesn't mean they can't be vengeful, petty, vindictive or callous. A lot depends on how they were brought up and what sort of society they live in.
We are all a mix of good and bad. What makes someone a good or a bad person overall is how the two balance out. I think most people are neutral with a slant towards good.
Everyone has an ulterior motive. I consider humans to be bad.
We have the potential for both.
Wouldn't say evil per say, but for every single action performed the subconscious motive is self survival and advancement (with obvious exceptions such as those who are severly depressed). That in itself means that evey action has a selfish motive behind it. This has been programmed out of men mostly in life-or-death situations, where others are in danger (women and children first) and with women pertaining to children..