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Every man at a time in his life is born knowing evil Evil constitutes the actions and consequences resorted to man Men using their natural instincts are evil by heart but are taught otherwise The nurturing love and discipline of others transforms evil men into the pure souls they are The nature of men is evil Evil is born with men until they develop a sense of goodness in their hearts The evil within all men is transformed into this goodness we see because the nurturing given by their mothers In Goodman Browns experience with the flaming fire his Father beckoning him into the flame and his mother warning him off he subconsciously attempts to fight the force of evil with the nurturing given to him by his mother At the word Goodman Brown stepped forth from the shadow of the trees and approached the congregation with whom he felt the loathsome brotherhood by the sympathy of all that was wicked in his heart He could have well nigh sworn that the shape of his own dead father beckoned him to advance looking downward from a smoke wreath while a woman with dim features of despair threw out her hand to warn him back Was it his mother But he had no power to retreat one step nor to resist even in thought when the minister andEvil is the root to all of unnurtured mens deeds The consequences brought upon him were the result of his evil actions Goodman Browns grandfather committed an act of evil when he whipped a Quaker woman in public His consequence suffered as brought on by this evil act was a sentence to hell Actions and consequences brought on by the evilness of unnurtured men can be prevented by the teaching of purity and goodnessTurning evil men into pure souls can only be done by the love and discipline of others Mothering love and care teaches children not to
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