Each and every one of us exists with a internal duplicity, a balance between two perceived absolutes we call ‘good’ and ‘evil’. Our physical actions reflect this balance. There are all sort of external variables, outside agendas, which determine this balance. For example the mistreatment of women on the Indian sub continent would seem to have cultural sanction; it is an example of an external variable determining an individual’s behaviour. A young man brought up in an inner city turns to crime; another example. This is not to say certain behaviours are not the responsibility of the individual. All behaviours are sanctioned, or not, by an internal judgement. We know when we have done wrong. Yet the examples of outside agendas determining the actions of human beings are great. Perhaps if we dealt with the natural illegitimacy of these outside agendas then we will take another step towards evolving as the better beings we can be.