As said in “Bhagavad Gita As it is”, ‘A particle of gold is also gold, a drop of water from the ocean is also salty, and similarly we the living entities, being part and parcel of the supreme controller, iswara or Bhagavan, Lord Krishna, have all the qualities of the supreme lord in minute quantity because we are minute isvaras, subordinate isvaras’
But the obvious question of evilness, venomity, jelousy, cruelty and all forms of negativity comes to our minds. If we,jivas are part of the iswara, then why is the human race infected with negativity?
A new born, who has afresh descended to the world is unlikely to emanate a negative vibe. Nobody is born evil. An evil person is an outcome of the circumstances that had shaped him to be so.
We, being spiritual beings in human bodies ,part and parcel of the Bhagavan, despite having made mistakes in our lives have the capability of growing divine.
Since no one is born evil, let us advocate the quality of forgiveness bearing the fact that circumstances alone could have made a person toxic in your life.