what does it mean
Malice comes from emotions such as hate and fear. But whereas emotions are basic to human nature (and some say, as in “When Elephants Weep” all mammals), malice is something that’s actively thought about and acted on.
One can be very angry at someone, yet do nothing at all. (Something most religions would say is the right action, most of the time.) But malice implies actually doing harm to someone — and without legal justification (Merriam-Webster).
That is, malice is neither spiritually or legally supported. From a legal point of view, you could be sued if you do someone harm for no reason. From a spiritual perspective, it’s not where you want to be. It’s a wide and straight path to the dark side.
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