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HWalsh wrote:Being aware of what all you could possibly do and choosing not to do it because you don't want to is very different than not doing something because "Well I'm [insert alignment here] so I can't".Ashiel wrote:Good isn't a restraint on behavior. I would strongly question the "good" of people who see it as such.
Strongly disagree with you.
A Good person, a person who is Good, doesn't do certain things. This doesn't mean that they are foolish. This doesn't mean that they aren't aware of them. A Good person knows that they could cheat or use underhanded tactics to gain a benefit, but won't.
To be Good is to be aware of what you *could* do then choose not to do it.
I'm glad somebody understood what I was saying.