In most religion, people believe that there are evil people that are incorrigible. But in the Ofudesaki God tells us that there is no one who is evil. The following is from the Ofudesaki:
(Yorozuyo ni) (sekai no tokoro) (miwatasedo) 5-7-5 waka
(Ashiki no mono wa) (sarani nai zo ya) 1-52 7-7
Through generation, world’s places looking at,
Evil person, there is none.
(Ichiretsu ni) (ashiki to yute) (nai keredo) 5-7-5 waka
(Choto no hokori ga) (tsuita yue nari) 1-53 7-7
In everyone, evil to say is nonexistent, but
just a little dust is said to have become stuck.
God tells us that dusts or evil thoughts have attached to their minds. These evil thoughts or dusts are regret, covetousness, self-love, greed, and arrogance. These thoughts are like viruses or bacteria that invade our minds, and spread from person to person. There is no antibiotic or medicine to remove these dusts, but God tells us in the Ofudesaki how to remove them from our minds. When these thoughts are removed from our minds, our hearts will settle and bring upon only positive fates.