"Have you ever wondered why we are so different?" Good asked Evil.
"Actually, I have," snickered Evil in a cold voice, "While I am freedom, you are chains that hold people down."
"I'm afraid I don't understand," Good replied with a voice as soft as an angel's wing.
"My way of life if easy to follow, while yours is a struggle. I come more naturally while you seem to come from some divine source. You are what keeps people from being who they were born to be: Me!"
"You may be freedom, but you harm others for your own benefits. I am a safe haven where kindness and sympathy welcome all into their gentle embrace."
"What a shame," Evil sighed carelessly, "You will never understand my freedom and excitement."
"I pity you," Good replied sadly, "You will never experience my joy and beauty."
"This might sound absurd," continued Evil after seconds of silence, "but I must ask you: Do you think that we have anything in common?"
Good thought for a few moments before answering.
"We each cannot exist without the other."
"Well, I can't argue with that. After all, who am I without you?"
"However, mankind continues to struggle between us."
"Do you think they will finally choose one of us?"
"No, I don't. If one of us were to leave, the world would fall into chaos."