We are always concerned with good and bad, trapped in patterns of resentment and intimacy. When we linger with those thoughts, we become caught by them. In our buddha nature we also see what is good and what is bad, but we aren't caught by concepts. Today's world is so guided by resentment and revenge. In the Dhammapada it is written, "Do not repay hate with hate, repay hate with love, this is the eternal truth." But this takes courage, and for those who have had all of their ancestors and relatives slaughtered, this is not so easily done. Yet, a resolution has to start somewhere.