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We should never confuse 'reason' with 'cause'.
But,,, we do.

Every event has one-or-more 'cause-factors', including a reason.

There is 'no-evil' in nature, all-things-natural.
Evil is a human-invention and has one-or-more human-causes.

Humans may-or-may-not intend to harm or disturb anything.
We may well be unaware of the total-results, total effects of our actions.
This does not negate our responsibilities.

Cause and reason, too often have the same meaning...

Deano

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