In Matthew 5:45, the Bible teaches us that God’s sun shines on both the good and evil. This means that regardless of who we are or what we do, we all have access to the same sun. In a broader sense, this could mean we have access to the same natural resources. After all, God sends rain on the righteous and the unrighteous. The sun, an uncompromised creation of God, makes no distinction between those who deserve and those who do not. Jesus wants you to operate in the same way.
It is up to us to grow into people with integrity, honesty, and strong morals and ethics. We must apply these qualities to our relationships with others once we have established them within ourselves. You are the salt and light of the world, that should be all you know to do. You cannot help it, you cannot be false to yourself. Like God’s sun, you shine on both the good and the evil. Especially the evil. Perhaps, for your sake, the evil one will repent. When they see you maintain your standards, even when it is hard to do so.
You should have a reputation for always doing the right thing. Allow your friends to turn to you when they need light. We must not allow anyone or any circumstance to force us to compromise our values or standards. It is important to stay true to ourselves. Even when confronted with difficulties and adversity. You must not be a hypocrite. Do not lead a double life of deception. It can be challenging when those around us do not share our values or act in ways that contradict our own beliefs. But you must imitate the sun. You are the salt and light of your world, and that is all you know to do.