"There is no sort of wrong deed of which a man can bear the punishment alone; you can't isolate yourself and say that the evil that is in you shall not spread.  Men's lives are as thoroughly blended with each other as the air they breathe; evil spreads as necessarily as disease."  George Eliot

Evil: 1. Morally bad or wrong; wicked: an evil tyrant. 2. causing ruin, injury, or pain; harmful:the evil effects of a poor diet. 3. characterized by or indicating future misfortune; ominous: evil omens; 4. Bad or blameworthy by report; infamous: an evil reputation. 5. characterized by anger or spite; malicious: an evil temper.....................American Heritage Dictionary

( It is incumbent on usall to recognize and combat this evil disease through our personal cyber power (pcp).

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Comment by Hanane Saouli on January 1, 2017 at 6:47pm
yes that's very good for analyse
Comment by Valentine Olushola Oyedipe on October 25, 2016 at 11:39am
I think to put simply, evil as a disease, is contagious according to George Eliot.And men serve as agents for the spread the disease called evil. Thus to checkmate and control the disease, men need to be
immuned against the disease- evil.
Consequently, the hearts and minds of
men become the contact point through
personal cyber power/moral tweets to curtail significantly if
not annihilated the spread of evil disease.
The earlier we recognise that, the better the control.

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