I really should have explained myself in more clearly in the first post. The reason why I added quotation marks around the words good and bad is because they are subjective terms. When I use these words I refer to a person who would be considered good or bad in popular western culture. Good does not mean completely good and bad does not mean completely bad. The question I'm trying to ask is are good people good and bad people bad because they choose to be that way or is it chance? Would it be more accurate to call good people lucky people and bad people unlucky people? Are good people those who choose to do the right thing frequently and bad people those who choose to do the wrong thing frequently? Probably a mix of both. I'm sure we can agree that these factors influence people's behaviour. Upbringing, mental health, financial stability, genetics, and so on. So here we go to nature vs nurture, personal choices, the existence of free will (or the lack of it). Its a question that gets into some very deep topics which aren't fully understood. I simply cannot agree with this.