She is the personification of cognitive dissonance, specifically related to the quote, which I got from a Blind Melon song.
I didn't give her real eyes because conflicts relating to faith or good and evil are often being viewed though an unseeing eye.
The realization that things which one believed whole-heartedly at one point may not exit can be very troublesome to people, especially younger individuals, who often are more open to the idea than their elders. With the implications of a more open existence comes perhaps a less happy but more logical way to view the world. Because if good and evil, duality, does not exist then one must think about what that makes society. If there are no evil people and there are no good people then all crime, all war, all injury accidental or on purpose, physical or otherwise, are unjustifiable. Likewise all kind acts, all charity, mercy, and love are meaningless in any greater scheme than the direct implications of it. And what does that make a society, a culture, or a belief system founded on the suppression of evil people if there are no evil people? It just makes an unjust and cruel meaningless world.
But it's actually not as bad as it sounds.
Anyway, I really miss living in Nepal and being so close to Eastern philosophies. BAH.