Greed is characteristically evil; The Volatility Index …

If everybody who wanted money was evil, and greed was scrutinized and measured, then evil people would rule earth and vastly outnumber safe, sane and literate good people or “goodies”.

In my homebrew multiverse dungeons and dragons campaign, which I produce for the characters in my head (I’m diagnosed with hearing voices), I’ve realized that the voices are evil characters, I’m a neutral person, and good people are opposed.

Why wouldnt the voices be good people, myself a good person, and evil opposed, like many other people?

Certainly makes for an interesting dungeons and dragons campaign.

I was wondering if this volatility index could measure good vs evil in the markets and in real life. Just when do evil people purchase something? When do good people retaliate? Is good and evil diametrically opposed? Is greed a fundamental right?

Something to think about.

Author: Steve Mini

I'm a disabled streamer who hears voices and is diagnosed with paranoid schizophrenia. I play hearthstone and create unique decks which I post on my blog and play on my stream. I'm also an intellectual of sorts and a part-time undergrad studying English literature at a prestigious local university. I'm rather humble, recycle everything, stay home and caregive, and play video games. I am known for never driving a car and keeping a low carbon footprint. I'm allowed to raise an extra 10k in donations per year according to the rules of my ODSP pension without being penalized.

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