We do a great disservice to the universe by tending to think of everything in absolute opposites.
Nothing defined as 'good' comes without at the very least the possibility of 'bad'.
Take, for instance, the rain storm we're having right now. The rain is good, in that it is natural, and the plants and animals native to Florida need it to survive. However, it brings with it flooding, lightning, hail, tornadoes.
In antiquity the religions didn't try to separate good and evil the way we do now. Each god(dess) had a helpful aspect and a harmful aspect. Yes, the faithful thought that they could bribe or pay the deities in order to be in favor of them, which didn't work because they were worshipping nature and nature doesn't give two figs about how much beer you keep in the temple or how many doves or goats you sacrificed to it. But the point it the thinking was different. Good and bad were seen as intertwined. One existing in the same space as the other.
As opposed to now, where we see them as opposites that repel.