When one does “wrong”; does it then follow that “the devil made ‘em do it”?
When one does a good deed for another who is in need does it then follow that “God is good”?
Could it not be that when one does “wrong”, they did so because they just chose to do the deed; whatever the deed may have been?
Could it not be that when one does a good deed for another who is in need that they simply chose to be nice, and thus they did the good deed; whatever the deed may have been?
Are we so dependent upon the concept of deities, that our every action must be assessed by the alleged influence of such?
Is it the case that there is a Devil who is bad; and a God who is good; or is it not rather the case that we simply have the free choice to do as we damn well please (and most oftentimes do) whether such be “wrong” or “right”?
Am I overstating the obvious; or is the obvious merely obscured by preconceptions and indoctrination?
Am I right? Or am I wrong?
Or am I merely under the influence of a deity?