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Good and Evil: Two Sides of the Same Coin Kindle Edition
The frustration of modern generation is not only coming from outside world but also from inside. They are not being able to become what they wish to be. In their attempt to become good and do good to others, they are often becoming more and more evil.
The omnipresence of evil in this world is one of the greatest mysteries and also the main cause of conflicts in this world. We all wish to see a world full of goodness but evil does not seem to lose its grip on mankind despite the best efforts of great saints, wise men and even God.
This book tries to unveil the mystery of good and evil in twenty essays authored by Dr. Awdhesh Singh. The relationship between good and evil is explained logically through various examples taken from modern life and also from scriptures to help the readers develop better understanding of the world and of their own selves. The true knowledge of good and evil alone can help us reduce the evil within and without in order to lead happier and peaceful life.
- ASIN : B00LLIXB7E
- Publisher : The Aatmic Science Publication; 1st edition (6 July 2014)
- Language : English
- File size : 641 KB
- Simultaneous device usage : Unlimited
- Text-to-Speech : Enabled
- Enhanced typesetting : Enabled
- X-Ray : Not Enabled
- Word Wise : Enabled
- Print length : 125 pages
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To understand this concept, he has included articles about balancing good and evil in our lives. We shouldn't have an excess of either one. An excess of good would lead to idealism. According to one article, idealism is the devotion to one idea to the detriment of all others. Evil is never good in excess or otherwise.
Some of the articles give examples of evil people and why they are that way. Power is one vice that can make someone evil. Faith and logic, war and peace, love and hatred are opposites of the same coin. All are needed in life--in balance.
The question of why people are evil isn't answered. There's no answer. It's just the flip side of the good coin. We have to live our life in balance without excesses.