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  1. I think that the words “can-can't” are not the main characteristics of a good person. A good person is someone who does good, or at least tries to do it. Evil is organically alien to him, although if absolutely necessary, he can also commit “evil” actions.

  2. The etymological dictionary says: GOOD – from dob – “it's time”. Rich, comfortable – “just right”. The ancient root *dhabh – – “match”, “fit”. The common Slavic * dobr originally meant something like “suitable”, “suitable”. In Orthodox culture, those people, those things, or those actions that are pleasing to God and suitable for a long life are called good. The adjectives convenient, rich, similar, reverend go back to a single prototype of validity, that is, relevance and timeliness, the absence of unpaid debts to God and people.�

    A good person is a person who performs God-pleasing deeds and actions. In my opinion, everything is correct.

  3. Not doing evil is not good. As the Gospel says , a good tree also bears good fruit, that is, it bears good fruit. Every tree that does not bear good fruit is evil in one way or another.

  4. Both are stupid, in my opinion�

    A good person can do no good, and he can also do evil if necessary�

    But he does not like to do “evil”, he does not feel pleasure and does it only because of specific circumstances

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