Treasure Island

MOHAMMAD SKATI


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When you're good, automatically You win either in this world or in the other world, You might win in both worlds, You might lose temporarily in this world, but Assuredly you will win the other world, To be good is a good thing, but Too much good might be understood by others as a weakness, Goodness means positivity towards all things and towards all people, Evil never wins and if it wins, It will be for some time, Goodness versus evil anytime Because goodness is stronger than evil, If you're mighty and you're good, then You rule and you prevail, but If you're mighty and you're evil, then You will prevail for some time and you will fall later, so Normally we can distinguish between what is good and what is evil.

Submitted: Saturday, June 14, 2014

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