<p><em>"I'm a man who has experienced things that most people never even dream of, and who went beyond all the usual limits in his search for both pleasure and knowledge. A man who found paradise when he thought he was a prisoner to the hell of routine and family, and who found hell when he could at last enjoy paradise and total freedom. That's who I am, a man who has been both good and evil throughout his life, perhaps the person most fitted to reply to my own question about the essence of humanity–and that's why I'm here. I know what you're going to ask next."</em>
This is a very intriguing line for which, at first, I believe I could relate to, but pondering at the fact that the character expressing this statement is the Devil, I dare not compare.
But true, this man (devil cloaking as a stranger), could very well be just about anyone in this world. Even I could say, I am like him. In his words, in his thoughts we are all both good and evil. Everyone too has their own plan to satisfy their curiosity.