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Evil comes in all shapes and sizes and in many forms. What is upsetting is that many of the movie and TV companies promote evil.  They have horrific shows with murders and torture.  Why do we need to see this? For example, I was watching a show on Hulu entitled “Eli Stone.” He was completely into corporate greed until he started hearing music, having visions and seeing signs that not only did he need to change but he needed to help people.  He won a case for boy whose mum passed on the operating table from a poorly qualified doctor. He began seeing visions of a man who was in prison.  He went to visit him when he discovered that warden was vile and vicious.  He would place prisoners in different locations if they did any minor infraction or didn’t like his terrible hurtful rules. His visions gave him the name of a man because all the prisoners were afraid to speak out against the evil warden. With the help of several people he found this man and put him on the stand to testify.  Once the man, who was no longer employed in the prison, testified everything changed.  The prisoner was granted parole after the warden was fired.  What is really evil is that a partner of the law firm, who really hadn’t been participating, suddenly returned.  She hated Eli as the firm lost a few clients because of his ‘do gooding.’ So, to punish Eli, she spoke to the governor who denied the man’s parole.  That is evil and vengeful. Whether anyone realizes it, war mongers, narcissists, and revengeful people are evil.  They are out to harm others and possibly destroy them. In the Good Gus series, there was no evil as I felt it was inappropriate for the young reader. The Good Gus Series is available online at Kindle, Nook and Waterstones. Hard copies, personally autographed, are available through our website along with past blogs for your reading enjoyment. Digitizing for all the books are available now!  “Misplaced Trust” is now available on Amazon in e-book form.

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