noble peasant wrote:
Flipping that question back to you. If you ARE that good and awesome, then why would you intentionally be doing evil? It's supposed to be tougher to live up to the standards of Good as opposed to Evil or Neutrality... just like it is in the real world.
If you're looking to operate on the modality that Good and Evil are nothing more than two flip sides of the same coin, you're not operating under the default assumptions of Pathfinder, and certainly not Golarion.
Where do you get that it is supposed to be tougher to live up to the standards of good than evil or neutrality?
The definitions of alignments in the pathfinder core RPG do not say it is tougher to be good, it just says they are different.
"Good characters and creatures protect innocent life. Evil characters and creatures debase or destroy innocent life"
"A creature's general moral and personal attitudes are represented by its alignment"
Doing some evil but on the whole having the balance come out to good and having a good alignment seems completely supported by the concepts of alignment in pathfinder.