I wonder if it's common to have this original sense of evil as the bogeyman and it's only when we grow older that we ascertain other kinds of evil.
And for me, it was the realization that evil is just a scapegoat term for all that which exacts suffering in the world. Or - as some dead philosopher once said: "evil is a deprivation of the good."
|A Painting of Hurricane Katrina's aftermath From the collection of Arthur Roger at the New Orleans Museum of Art (Pride of Place: The Making of Contemporary Art in New Orleans)|
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