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Dr. Awdhesh Singh has brought to us a book showing that good and evil aren't two distinct entities. They are just opposite sides of the same coin. They are both needed in the world. They complement each other and help the world function properly. 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.