Thoughts don't influence actions as much as you seem to believe. For example, I've yet to call you an idiot on several issues, even though my gut tells me I should.
I hope you realize that in your own round about way that you just proved my point.
And no, you are just thinking that I mean our thoughts have more influence than I actually mean. It's as if you are claiming that our thoughts have no effect on our actions at all and that there is absolutely no benefit to controlling our thoughts. Most of the time it's not important. But in areas where we ourselves may be actually tempted to carry out a bad action, we should control and reject those thoughts.
Just like you could have completely rejected the thought to call me an idiot instead of keeping on thinking about it. You can think about it all day as long as you are not tempted to actually do it. But where temptation actually exists you must take control of your thoughts.
It's not disagreeing; it's disagreeing for the sake of disagreeing that pisses me off.
That said, as the One Above All, I reserve the right to do what I want when I want.
Well I don't agree with your morals on what is evil because I think you might be wrong.