There are no rotten apples. There are only people who disagree with your point of view on things. All of us construct a different model of the world and no one does anything inappropriate given their model of the world. Because each of us constructs our own models of the world we live in, we often run into conflicts.

These conflicts create more inner conflicts within us. And this is the attitude which starts internal violence in us that leads to external violence and rage. Rage is simply anger suppressed for too long. Rage can be seen as R-age, reducing age.

Too much rage actually reduces your age. People’s ideas of right and wrong change over time and from culture to culture, time period to time period, religion to religion, place to place, from family to family and from person to person. A definition of right and wrong is just a definition established not only by time but also by simple geography.

Some activities are illegal in one place and just a few miles down the road or many miles away legal. So whether a person is judged as having done something wrong is not a matter of what the person has actually done but of where he has done it. Understanding this alone will create readiness for a new paradigm, a new understanding, a larger view, a grander idea as told to us by Ancient Wisdom.

Author's Bio: 

Neil David Chan is a writer on spirituality and has an upcoming book to be published soon. He specializes in Body-Mind- Soul aspects of a being. He firmly believes that we are all three aspect being and that we operate at all three levels, some more, some less. Unity of all these three aspects is key to evolving.