Evangeline Hartman

"If you were to meet your doppelganger, you'd find you have more in common than you think."

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a character in “Falling For The Fallen”, as played by Machubi-Uniki


Evangeline Hartman

Age: I am 17
Species: I am fairly certain, almost without a doubt, that I am in fact Human
What is good and what is evil, in your opinion?
(I actually did a dissertation on this, however, I’ll save you the pain.)

How can we define what is good and what is evil? Are there universal indicators behind, within, or consequent upon an action by which one can determine whether it was a good or an evil act? How can one tell whether a person is good or evil? The scriptures of the world's religions provide a variety of answers to these questions.
-World Scripture at http://www.unification.net

I (Eva or Angel), would take the Christian standpoint of this particular question. Good is God, and Earth or Flesh is Evil. So if the range between Good and Evil were a spectrum the closer to God you lie on this mass spectrum the more ‘good’ you are, reversely, the closer you are to Earth or Flesh the closer you are to evil. A description of the two: Good and Evil can be seen together. Good being ‘The Fruit of the Spirit’ and Evil being ‘The Works of the Flesh’.

Now the works of the flesh are plain: fornication, impurity, licentiousness, idolatry, sorcery, enmity, strife, jealousy, anger, selfishness, dissension, party spirit, envy, drunkenness, carousing, and the like. I warn you, as I warned you before, that those who do such things shall not inherit the kingdom of God. But the fruit of the Spirit is love, joy, peace, patience, kindness, goodness, faithfulness, gentleness, self-control; against such there is no law.
~Galations 5: 19-23

Personality: I find myself rather hard to describe on a fair level so I will refer you to my PuppetMaster: Machubi-Uniki.

Eva, or Angel whatever the case may be, is a journalist. She spends most of her lifetime searching out what the truth is and what is a lie. For that reason, unless she lies to you, it is a guarantee that whatever fact she holds is the complete truth. She does not accept things easily, it takes more than a scholar telling her something is true; those scholars are going to have to show every peace of evidence they have gathered, and from evidence she will either agree or disagree, or agree to disagree.

She is brave, she runs into danger if it necessary (excluding most insects and arachnids.) It takes a lot to scare her, and if you are successful in scaring her you haven’t necessarily scared her away. Eva believes that courage is not the absence of fear but rather the ability to overcome that fear. For that reason she stands tall, usually, in the face of adversity.

When Angel likes you, she is exceedingly loyal. She pays no mind to what people say about you, or what they tell her about what you say. If she does not hear it straight from your mouth she won’t believe it. However, this has caused her to be fooled and betrayed once or twice.

Before you think about trying to fool her, know that once you’ve lost her trust you can never get it back. She does believe everyone deserves a second chance, however, that second chance is not going to be shared with her. She strongly advocates the saying: Fool me once, shame on you; fool me twice, shame on me.

A side note: She enjoys pizza, commentating on sappy romances, singing, and sitting on the edge of a body of water (with her feet in the pond, lake, pool, etc.)

Gender: I am Female

My Portrait is enclosed, enjoy.

~Evangeline Hartman

So begins...

Evangeline Hartman's Story