When I first came across the concept of non-duality, it seemed that I was supposed to believe that "good" and "bad" did not really exist. I have a problem with this since it seems clear, to me at least, that "bad" really does exist. I wonder now if I perhaps misunderstood the concept. Should I instead be thinking that "bad" is bad, and "good" is good, but that it is unhelpful for us to attach values to those things? A bit like the lines from that Rudyard Kipling poem, "If" If you can meet with Triumph and Disaster And treat those two impostors just the same So, is it that good and bad don't exist? or that they do, but one is not better or worse than the other? or is there another explanation?