"Oh, the webs we weave...," Jung on Evil.

The individual who wishes to have an answer to the problem of evil, as it is posed today, has need, first and foremost, of self-knowledge, that is, the utmost possible knowledge of his own wholeness. He must know relentlessly how much good he can do, and what crimes he is capable of, and must beware of regarding the one as real and the other as an illusion. Both are elements within his nature, and both are bound to come to light in him, should he wish-as he ought to live without self-deception or self-delusion. Jung, Memories, Dreams, Reflections (1962), p. 330.


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