"The good will be quick to help others in need. They do this without hesitation, without first requiring proof the need is genuine. But before they condemn the accused, before they bring harm to others, no matter how justified it may seem, they hesitate. They demand proof. Evil will often believe they're fighting for good, but when others are in need, they'll become reluctant, withholding compassion until they see proof of that need.
And yet, Evil is quick to condemn, vilify, and attack others. For Evil, proof isn't needed to bring harm. Only hatred and a mantra that they fight for peace and righteousness."