Thoughts on a Perfect World


    In a community if one person tries to be good and succeeds at it, others don’t become better (unless the climate allows it), they become worse and their influence over him gets stronger and stronger as long as he retains his point of superiority. This is ultimately what we call temptation and the devil’s activities. One of the forms of influence exerted on the good person is harsh, unjustified, uncalled for criticism, which becomes stronger and stronger making the good person ultimately lose hope in himself as well as his self esteem. Soon, he plunges down to attain the equilibrium, which is the aim of all systems, whether a single individual or a community, whether animate or inanimate.