They say that:
For every action, there is a reaction.
For every positive, there is a negative.
For every right, there is a wrong.
For every good, there is evil.
But they don’t tell us that sometimes:
The action was towards the self, not the reactors.
The positive was for uplifting the self, not a challenge to others.
The right was for the liberation of the soul, not a call to critics.
The good was for the best, not a call for ten times the evil.
They also don’t tell us that sometimes:
The reaction was misled.
The negative was uncalled for.
The wrong was towards the wrong person.
And most of all, the evil was in a 360° direction.