What makes a person bad? Is it committing the worst crime, cold-blooded murder?
Does that make a person bad? Are they bad if it was done intentionally, or what if it was a grave error? Are normal people capable of bad acts? Is it forgivable?
There is a difference between the cold-blooded murderer who kills for fun and the driver who kills in a car crash. One is evil, the other unfortunate.
Have people forgiven me for my bad acts in the past? Will I pay in the future for the trauma I have caused? Badness comes in three forms, the evil murderer, the unfortunate victim of circumstance and the innocent turned violent.