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Creators of the Jino myth avoid the use of evil in their story by portraying all tribes as brothers for protection of their small clan They avoid evil through extensive use of goodness in their tale One way in which they do this is by describing the Jino as a highly interdependent family that work and live together The writers also do this by depicting themselves as a tribe that cares deeply about their ancestorsThe flood in the creation story being a random act of nature rather than being caused by someones wrongdoing is a third way in which the Jino avoid the use of evil In the myth the creators avoid rejection and degration of the Apo the Han and the Dai Instead they impress thoughts of strong interdependence by showing that the Jino work together well This quote shows the importance of working together to the tribe and how they didnt complain when the other tribes spread out and conquered the land After all the people came out the gourd died and disappeared Now when the Jino person came out every place had already been occupied by other brothers who got out before him So he had no place to go but stayed where Mahei and Maniu lived That was the same place where the gourd had grown There they worked and lived together Theplace was Bienmuxi and is now the mountainous Youle regionp 72 The passage shows how the Jino didnt spread out over the land after being born out of the gourd They stayed harvesting grain dependent on each other as a family Without using the concept of evil the Jino gave the impression to the listener that theyre familial lifestyle is superior to the other tribes The creators of the story further the concept of the goodness of the tribe by showing their strong ancestral ties By staying in Bienmuxi and living the same way of life as
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