Rupert explains that consciousness can only know form through the localised or limited perspective of an apparently separate subject of experience, the finite mind. But the finite mind doesn’t realise that it is only a temporary localisation or an apparent limitation of infinite consciousness — it believes that it is a self-existing finite mind — so it thinks i can hurt another person without being hurt itself. All the acts that we consider to be evil in society are acts that are generated by people who have a deep feeling of being separate. What we judge or describe as evil behaviour always has its source in the sense of separation. But evil doesn’t exist as a source which is independent on its own. Nothing has an independent source. Ultimately, the source of everything is consciousness or love.