There is an interesting perspective, of the many perspectives of reality available, that considers evil to be non-existent. In this world, Lucifer becomes unseen. This is done through the remembrance of from where the light, vision, and impression of Lucifer arrives. Because the light that is Lucifer is conjured by the person as a response to a personal desire, the brilliance of Lucifer actually arrives from the person, and not the exterior world.
This alters the impression and context of Lucifer. With this perspective, Lucifer is understood to be a work of art created by the harmonious collaboration of the self, for the self. Thus, instead of seeing Lucifer, love of the self is seen and is realized to be the true light that was once thought to be Lucifer.
Since Lucifer is the world of accomplishment, this seemingly subtle change in perspective has interestingly significant implications. Without Lucifer, there is no such thing as accomplishment. Accomplishment only exists in the context of need, meaning that it is of Satan. It seem unavoidable, and one doesn’t need to become corrupted as a result of its implications and desire. Still, I think a perspective that can truthfully abolish Lucifer, and all of evil, is this currently presented perspective, of the realization that Lucifer does not exist.
Accomplishment is replaced by a realization of the love that occurs within the self, between the subsystems, whether they be physical or simply ideas. It is not accomplishment, which entails an end-goal, but instead endearment that leads one to the supposed accomplishment.
This perspective is very useful, although it does not explain or concern itself with evil. It is very practical and, perhaps, healthy, as well. Without Satan, there is never a gap in desire and fulfillment — the context of need never truly appears. It is the realization that the experience that the systems of life are having is the purpose of existence.
Then, very brightly, we remember that there is evil in the world. Evil is an interesting topic, considering the world to have been created from a combination of everyone’s free desires. Upon this combination, eventually, we embarked on more treacherous interactions of these desires of the various lives of reality. I suppose this accounts for our more pronounced questions of good and evil in our modern world than we would typically expect Heaven to bear.
To understand the modern questions of evil, it’s important to remember that everything in our world is somehow derived from accumulating more desires over time and sustaining them, as life was considered good, and forming a system to make everything work nicely all the time. Eventually, the perfect system would, essentially, work itself out.
What’s invisible really is that the world is made of desires that are sustained, and they’re really good things, as they’re born of life, and if they were to work together, which would be ideal, then we would find a fantastic resulting Heaven. All the curiosities concerning the nature of evil would be totally known and answered, as well, and I suspect that was what was missing from Eden.
Understanding this, the world is a sometimes intense conversation of ideas. Every desire being entertained, I suppose it may be difficult to see accurately. With this perspective, you begin to understand that all beings really are just chasing a desire of some sort, and that desire is based on the love they have for life. Additionally, for the entirety of all time, all beings were initially chasing a desire. So, while the world is made of all life, the variety of manifestations of emotions and life is very great. Mixing everything together into one reality thus encounters sometimes difficult questions.
While one would expect a similar trend to have occurred in Eden, the allowance of evil was forbidden. In this current world, evil is allowed to exist, as this world considers it an essential part of life. Considering the likely purpose of our current world, it does make sense to see that there is technically no evil, that all actions are born of the desire for life, which is the divine expression of love.
This world certain contradicts this perspective, however. In order for this perspective to be true, the world needs to fundamentally make sense. This would entail the existence of a type of a psychic network or synchrony that precedes the perceptions that we have. This understanding indicates that if one sees life properly, all things are actually of good intentions, which then result in our perception. The manifestations that one encounters are a results of the good intentions of the system. There was never actually the intention to do harm, but there was the choice to the allow evil to flourish, eventually turning again into life.
There are many perspectives of reality, and while it is interesting to understand evil, many people likely would like the world to be more like Eden. However, the memory of Eden is partially evil in our modern perspective due to our dissonance with our past. We cannot return to Eden, but we can find a similar perspective here. This perspective most closely resembles the perspective of Eden, and maintaining a perspective certainly entails being, at least distantly, aware of the evil of its anti-perspective(s).
In this way, one can, once again, live life to see the present joy in the world, realizing that the existence of evil is the evil to avoid.
This perspective removes the negotiations that occur with the existence of Satan and instead relies solely on the existence of divine joy. In this way, it is very comforting and peaceful. Should the curiosity exist, however, it is, perhaps, good to understand evil, at least mildly, and the understanding of evil also provides a safety, if done correctly, or even a worse evil, if incorrect.