There is no doubt that conflict can be found, even where both parties are wrong. A good example is that of the Middle East, pitting the Jews on one hand and the Palestinians on the other. That kind of conflict can be likened to an army, turning its artillery against its own forces, assuming to fight against enemy forces.
Such conditions denote what is classified as confusion. It has got nothing to do with conflict between evilness and goodness. Many wars, in the world, have got nothing to do with goodness and evil, but more to do with confusion. Surprisingly, conflict cannot be found where both parties are right.
The only sad thing is that such confusions are associated with religion. But, conflicts emanating from confusion can be reduced, when appreciating that common sense assumes that only goodness and evil cannot be mixed.
As long as people know what goodness entails, when also knowing what evilness represents, all problems of the world can be eliminated. While too simple, to be taken seriously, this maxim is as factual as differentiating between light and darkness.
Just as the negative and positive electric charges cannot be combined, good and evil are also forces that cannot be combined. Conflicts in human relations result from confusion, only resolved by bringing order.
It is, therefore, necessary to always identify flows, misrepresenting goodness, as opposed to evil forces. While conflicts are commonly found to be caused by opposing interests, this does not take away the fact that the only forces that represent conflicts are good and evil.
At the beginning of the human race, two brothers, Cain and Abel, were the first to engage in falsified conflict, which is the basis of existing troubles engulfing the human race. Both brothers sought to please God.
The accolades, flowing from God, after both brothers had given their respective offerings, were at stake. Cain was overwhelmed by the spirit of jealousy, leading to the murder of his brother.
The conflict was not between the two brothers, Cain and Abel, but between the motives, representing good and evil. The motive behind Cain’s giving had been wrong, as it represented what is classified as evil.