The Evils of Modern Society that Must Be Eradicated



Evils of Nations - 2003



    (1). Allowing the pollution or depletion of water resources.  (2). Allowing the inhumane treatment of animals.  (3.) Allowing unsafe employment for people.  (4.) Classism.  (5.) Contributing to Global warming.         (6.) Contributing to Ozone depletion and all other environmental villainy not otherwise mentioned here.            (7.) Contributing to the unfair distribution of the Earth's resources and therefore creating poverty.                    (8.) Destroying agricultural societies.  (9.) Ecological destruction.  (10.) Extinction of species of animals and plants.  (11.) Ignoring World hunger and starvation.  (12.) Invading countries.  (13.) Massive deforestation.     (14.) Nationalism.  (15.) Poor health research, education and care creating obesity, heart disease, cancer, etc.  (16.) Promoting sexism and producing a culture in which women are repressed and abused.  (17.) Subjugation of native peoples.  (18.) War.  (19.) Wasting the natural resources and wealth on war and world-wide imperialism.



Evils of Individuals - 2003



          (1.) Abusing anyone or anything.  (2.) Adultery, which is any sexual act outside of a spiritual marriage union between a man and a woman.  (3.) Blackmailing.  (4.) Black-marketing.  (5.) Bribery.  (6.) Cheating.         (7.) Compromising with evil.  (8.) Corruption of the young.  (9.) Crime of any kind.  (10.) Cruelty.  (11.) Cursing.  (12.) Deception.  (13.) Depriving legal heirs of inheritance.  (14.) Discriminating against because of skin color.     (15.) Disobeying good parents.  (16.) Drinking alcohol to excess.  (17.) Embezzlements.  (18.) Endorsement and hailing criminals.  (19.) Exploiting the rights of others.  (20.) False accusation.  (21.) Forbidding people from doing good and encouraging them to do evil.  (22.) Greediness.  (23.) Grudges.  (24.) Hoarding.                        (25.) Homosexuality.  (26.) Hypocrisy.  (27.) Ignoring commands of God.  (28.) Ignoring rights and sentiments of others.  (29.) Ignoring teachings of prophets.  (30.) Illogical thinking.  (31.) Immorality.  (32.) Impatience.        (33.) Indecency.  (34.) Injustice.  (35.) Insensibility.  (36.) Jealousy.  (37.) Kidnapping.  (38.) Lack of discipline.  (39.) Law-breaking.  (40.) Listening to evil songs and lyrics.  (41.) Living a sinful life.  (42.) Looking down upon others.    (43.) Masturbation and lustful thoughts.  (44.) Materialism.  (45.) Misguiding any person.  (46.) Misuse of resources.  (47.) Nasty and dirty jokes.  (48.) Not honoring promises.  (49.) Not respecting the rights of neighbors.  (50.) Not returning borrowed things/money.  (51.) Nudity, semi-nude dress.  

(52.) Obscenity.  (53.) Oppression of any kind.  (54.) Persuading others to tell lies.  (55.) Partiality.  

(56.) Persuasion and cooperation in overlooking evil deeds.  (57.) Robberies.  (58.) Rudeness.  (59.) Satanic cult involvement.  (60.) Sectarianism, territorial, regional and linguistic prejudices and hatreds.  (61.) Selfishness.  (62.) Sexual perversion of any kind.  (63.) Sexual Prostitution.  (64.) Slander.   (65.) Smuggling.  

(66.) Spreading evils.  (67.) Stealing.  (68.) Stubbornness.  (69.) Telling Lies.  (70.) Terrorism.  (71.) Trade of pornographic films and books.  (72.) Tyranny.  (73.) Ungratefulness.  (74.) Unfair use of influence and authority.  (75.) Violence except self-defense.  (76.) Vulgarity.  (77.) Watching absurd and evil TV programs and movies.  (78.) Wicked dances.  (79.) Writing or reading indecent writings.  (80.) Wrong education of children.



A Spiritual Human Must Have the Following Moral Excellence


The Virtues of a Spiritual Person



          (1.) Acquiring complete knowledge of the directives of God.  (2.) Adopting a Godly way of life.  

(3.) Always be thankful to God.  (4.) Being grateful to God for the blessings bestowed by Him on mankind.  

(5.) Believing in the existence of one God.  (6.) Believing in the Day of Judgment.  (7.) Daily prayers.  

(8.) Earning a livelihood only through legal and righteous means.  (9.) Encouraging people to do good and forbidding them from doing evil.  (10.) Extending full help to deserving victims.  (11.) Guiding others to the right path.  (12.) Helping and nursing of sick and the disabled.  (13.) Helping poor neighbors, widows, orphans and destitutes.  (14.) Interacting politely and friendly with others.  (15.) Just and suitable use of one’s opinion.  (16.) Keeping the company of pious people.  (17.) Making society civilized and spiritual.  (18.) Neat and organized at all times.  (19.) Not compromising with evil.  (20.) Not paying heed to the precepts of evil.  

(21.) Protect others from going to a Hell.  (22.) Respect for elders and affection for youngsters.  (23.) Speaking the truth and motivating others to always speak the truth.  (24.) Spiritually educating children.  (25.) Sympathy for others.  (26.) Taking care for the welfare of others.     (27.) Taking care of the cleanliness of one’s body, home, office, street and locality.  (28.) Use time and money purposefully for the good.   (29.) Utmost service and care of parents.  (30.) Working for God and Humanity.


      Irrespective of race, religion, sect or language the holy prophets correctly encourage the abstinence of their people from a certain set of vices or evils, and the cultivation of a certain set of virtues.  The Holy Bible correctly catalogues the following as deadly sins: Greed, Pride, Anger, Lust, Sloth, Envy and Gluttony.

      Mankind, for discussion purposes, can be classified under three broad groups - the Divinely Good, the Diabolically Fallen and the Incorrigibly Indifferent.  The first being spiritually minded, the last two materialistically minded.

      Humility, unpretentiousness, non-injurious, forgiveness, righteousness, service to one's God, purity of mind and heart, intelligence, steadfastness and control over one's senses are some of the elements of Spiritual Knowledge, which include moral qualities and holy practices conducive to spiritual awakening. 

      The qualities declared here must be followed at all layers of one's spiritual life, and at all levels of a person's interaction with his surroundings.  Notable among these is the mention of control over one's senses. 

      This specifically refers to attachment and ego.  Living among worldly objects, one must not get shackled by them.  Also, if one tries to run away from them, but then indulges in them mentally, one is a hypocrite.  If one steadfastly follows the concept of Oneness his/her mind is then open to the spiritual knowledge this world has to offer.  When one identifies himself with specific objects or events, when such practice is followed, no matter what knowledge is imparted to him, he cannot practice the absence of anger and the other deadly sins. Consequently such a person suffers moral insult within himself, and falls under the influence of non-divine qualities.  To live one's real divine nature, it is a necessary prerequisite to shed oneself of evils and the consequent anger that occurs within.  This is indeed in line with another discourse on the destruction of one's ignorance within oneself so the soul can rejoice in the presence of the truth within one's mind.


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