The Article The Frivolity Of Evil By Theodore Dalrymple

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The article “The Frivolity of Evil” was written by Theodore Dalrymple. The writer of this article works in the hospital and prison. While working he saw different types of people. He heard different types of story from different people. In this article he tries to explain who does more wrong in life wants to become good. People who do well more but I mistake with some reason prove wrong at last due to the society rules. The writer of this article tries to explain why people do badly without thinking what will happen in the future. Again, writer tries to explain why people repeat the same mistake every time. Writer argues about why prisoners …show more content…
Where he and his mother came from. He travels world and know about different culture. He mentions about civil war and the consequences of that war, especially in the Center America, how people were killed. In Liberia, he visits a church and knows more than 600 people taken by the president and makes them slaughtered. These all are political evils. These all events show that human beings treated human beings as an enemy. He thinks that why they did not stop doing criminal work. Again, he knows that if people are not satisfied with their daily life they become criminal. Before doing criminal activities they did not though what will happen next. When they need to stay in the prison, they realized that is wrong and try to solve their mistake. When started to do good work society, people came in the front and started to give pain telling about their past. Most of the society, people are unbelievable because they never support poor people. Therefore, poor people became the victim of different …show more content…
He is only 25 years old and joined hospital to remove foil-wrapped packets of cocaine. He had four children with three wives. But he did not saw his any children. His left his latest girlfriend after she had given birth to their child. They become apart because he needed space. That means he does not want baby from any one of his wives. His both patient has different story, which explain that babies’ responsibility is just for mom not for dad. Here the story said anyhow or with any reason only mother need to take care of their baby, baby’s dad run from their responsibility about their children. Dalrymple also said there, most of the people accept their evils, but most of the people doe not. Those all evils done by people are due to their lack of seriousness. If people know their mistake when they did once then from second time they will never repeats same mistake again, which same children from orphan and mother as single mom. This is same like one mistake makes us fall seven times down. He show clearly about how some man and women choose their husband and wife without know the what will happen to their children’s

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