Originally Posted by Vanilla
Thank you for your response Erin. I understand the logic that no one is born evil. However, you mentioned in a recent post that you believe all the people involved in the Va. Tech shootings may have decided before incarnation to be involved in that event. How could they have been involved in that event if Cho wasn't incarnated to do an evil act? This is why my question was do some people incarnate to do evil...(I hope my comment makes sense).
You're assuming that Cho's act was evil, which I don't agree with using the word you're using. Cho may have incarnated into a situation that would test whether he could overcome a certain adversity (I don't know the background on why he did it so I can't say specifically). He failed to overcome that adversity and took conscious action which resulted in the deaths of other people. Did those people incarnate specifically to be murdered by him? Probably not. Did they agree, on some level, to be part of the experience in order to teach the world a lesson? Possibly. I can't say definitively what happened there unless I investigated it fully.
But no, I still don't believe anyone incarnates specifically to do evil.