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Duality of human nature

Duality of human nature






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    • Based upon The Strange Case of Dr.Jekyll and Mr. Hyde
    • Good Vs. Evil Is Mankind truly good? We all start out as children who do notknow any better than to laugh and smile when we are happy….cry and scream when we are upset.
    • Robert Louis Stevenson“In each of us, two natures are at war – the good and the evil. All our lives thefight goes on between them, and one of them must conquer. But in our own hands lies the power to choose – what we want most to be we are.”
    • Dr. JekyllMan of reputable background with a curiosity of Human Nature.Well respected in the community andseen as a man with good intentions.
    • Mr. Hyde Newly developed person in thecommunity. Not much is known about him with the exception of being the benefactor of Dr. Jekyll’s will should anything happen to him. First impression is of one without remorse.
    • Two become oneThe duality of human nature is that one person can not be good without the ability to do evil. The potion that Dr. Jekyll creates allows the inner demon that he holds in himself to escape and run free to do as he wishes.What Hyde feels as his desires, are seen as horrors in society.
    • Who do you agree with? Every day, choices are made within usto decide our fates. Sure, we can do thegood thing in every action we take, but every now and then that little devil onthe shoulder likes to rear his ugly head.Do you give in to temptation, or do you deliver yourself from evil?
    • Look deep within yourself to find the animal in the cage. Only withconviction, can you keep it contained.