And also good to other people. And good to their community. So who’s to label them bad and make sense of it in these questions.
Would you say a serial killer is a good person if he takes care of his family, and works, contributing to society?Society would see the killer as a good person, cause they don't know. The family might know but would maybe still see the killer as a good loving parent. Honestly I label them. No shame in it. I just don't tell others like "yo this one is bad" or something. I just label them for myself. Like oh this person is a thief, let's stay away from that person, he/she is trouble. Or o this person gets agressive when drunk, stay away, etc. Those are the 'labels' I use.
A close friend of mine was a troublemaker, would steal, get in fights. I also saw her as a bad person, or well a dangerous person, danger is bad right? But I got to know her helped her change little by little. She's one of the most loyal people I know, she changed a lot into a better person, better to herself and society.
I say there’s good and bad in everyone. If I have a horrible partner who cheated on me they were “bad” but then they find the love of their life and live happily ever after they are “good” to that person. People aren’t just one thing.
So you'd label them good or bad too, like I do? To you?
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