That is quite definitely possible; and yet I constantly forget it.
The good, in other words, becomes what I like. One can’t think of a more twisted, self-centered piece of territory; and yet there it is. From this perspective, good is solely of the ego.
I know this sounds contradictory; yet if I look at the objective results of the egoistic understanding of goodness, I see it is these results- the violence, the conflict, the misunderstandings- that are in fact irrational. The results prove the cause; it's my rational belief in my own good that leads to the irrational expression of what is objectively bad, that is, harmful to myself and others.
Hence I'm compelled to look towards the supposedly irrational capacity of feeling for a sensitivity to the good. Remember here that I speak of feeling, an altogether deeper and more sensitive part than emotion.
From this perspective, the expression of the good ought to be very nearly instinctive, organic in me; my ability to sense it lies in my spiritual DNA itself. It is in my heart, which means, here, the very center of Being.