re: Hitler -- obviously he was convinced (like any other dictator) that his actions were for the ultimate good. Maybe it's more a question of how much destruction do you plan to cause on your way to your "ultimate good"? Notice though, you could be causing destruction in one area while being a universal light in another. Are corporations (pretty much all of which are darkworking entities if you look at it from the perspective of getting as much as they can) also not lightworking when they fund a hospital elsewhere? Is it a way to truly serve or just to atone their non-existent conscience?
Originally Posted by rekcuF
I'm not too sure about the everyone does everything for selfish reasons part. Part of me believes that but another part wants to believe that there is a balance and there are selfless people out there.
Who are these people? Name some of them (not individuals necessarily, but something they are doing that is selfless). You know the 19 guys who slammed planes into the twin towers? Those guys were giving of themselves in a completely selfless act. What's more selfless than dying for your cause, regardless of what it is? Does that make them lightworkers? Hmm...maybe to those whose cause they were furthering, sure.