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The Shocking Benefits of Evil we Never Think About

Evil is evil, but probably not so evil after all. At least not for the human species

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Evil is so evil, people never want to talk about it other than the times when they want to identify it, protect themselves from it and to eradicate it from the face of the world like a blackboard wiped clean.

Ridding the world of all evils is the fervent dream, core…

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Sense that no longer makes sense to us, or follies that do. Answers that raise more questions in their wake. Questions that lead to more curiosities. And wisdom that only tells us how little we know! R Blogs promises to offer new perspectives on how we look at our world.

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Ratna Srivastava

Ratna Srivastava

Author of Emit Eht (Science-Fiction/Metaphysical and Visionary Romance) Children’s Author, Thinker, Philosopher. Editor R Blogs, R Quotes.

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