Is evil more creative than good?

Is evil more creative than good?  I’m not sure.  I can’t say whether the world is getting better or worse but this sort of story reminds me that evil may not be more creative than good but it might be more desperate.

It is probably easier being a hacker than a protector.  As a hacker, you just have to look for cracks.  Finding cracks seems easier than making sure that no cracks exist.

Perhaps this is just a news story worth writing.  A crashed plane in a lettuce field is more interesting that the diligent work that the farmers of the aforementioned lettuce field have exercised in raising their crop; bad stories are more interesting than good stories.

In one of my favorite movies, “The Mission” with Rob DeNiro, at the end (spoiler alert) you see several young children canoeing.  They are alone and too young to be on their own but they are all that are left from their tribe.  But the following Bible verse from John chapter 1 appears, “The light shines in the darkness, and the darkness has not overcome it”.  In this news story, perhaps it should read: The darkness shades but it could not overcome the light.

In Risky Twist, Using Ultralight Planes To Drop Drugs : NPR.


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