Complicity: (n) the state of being involved with others in a wrongdoing.
We are not supposed to get along.
We’re supposed to be honest about our feelings, and through dialogue, interaction and even some constructive arguing, arrive at better conclusions.
No one discovers evil because they set out to be evil. All evil begins with complicity–whether we’re trying to make peace with things that are not peaceable, or attempting to justify some strange parts of ourselves by insisting they are normal.
Somewhere along the line, each of us needs to understand that we must change–or we will be unable to adapt. If we can’t adapt, we won’t evolve, and evolution is necessary to life on our planet. The lack of moving toward sensibility will place us in the deathwatch for extinction.
After all, who was ever complicit with the good?
Complicity begins when we believe we can change the definition of good to suit the elements which are most handy to us.