The World And Her Struggles With Evil

The World And Her Struggles With Evil

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‘‘The World And Her Struggles With Evil’’; sub-titled “Global Impact
Perspectives”; is a psycho-social analysis of the power of evil, which mankind
has constantly struggled with, throughout human history. The book ex-rays the
complications of human nature; which makes individual struggles against evil
more difficult. The book also highlights the failure of society; to cater to the
special needs of some people; who are truly hurting, in silence. The book
challenges humanity to put more emphasis on the value and sanctity of human
life; above everything else.
It traces the origin of the mysterious operations of evil; to the very beginning; -
the result of man’s rebellion and disobedience. It discloses that; the forces of
evil capitalize on the weaknesses and desires of people to tempt and lure them
into evil. The book further explains that lusts and seductions are twin weapons,
which the enemies of mankind use against them; to make them live against
what is normal or morally acceptable. The reader is warned that there are
things to be avoided; in order to prevent regrets at last.
The World And Her Struggles With Evil; views society and human life on earth,
from various perspectives and analyzes different abnormalities in the human
system. The emphasis is that crime, perversions and all forms of immorality are
rampant as a result of the unrelenting struggles in man’s soul. There are quite

a good number of reasons for such imbalances in human behaviors. The book
equally buttresses the fact that any single action could have ripple effects on
the society, which calls for reconsiderations of human behaviors towards one
another.
The author observes that more patience, tolerance, compassion, love and care
for the hurting and the less privileged; will go a long way to ameliorating the
pains, sufferings and conflicts in our societies. The main focus of the book is;
sensitizing people, on the need to be more careful in their actions or reactions.
The author categorically states that human beings are bound together in an
ecosystem of mutual inter-dependency. That is to say that; people need one
another for their survival on earth, in so many ways. …