Duality in human nature
At the end of the 19th century, Scottish author Robert Stevenson wrote a classic story about the two sides of human nature called 'The strange case of Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde' where he wrote about the duality of human nature. There was a battle between good and evil rages within the individual. He described how there is a good and an evil side to everyone's personality, but what is important is how we behave and the decisions we make. In the field of psychology, the topics of human nature and motivation have been quite extensively discussed. These two topics are interrelated and inseparable.
Any endeavour to understand a person's potential makes it necessary to study human nature. It bears so many mysteries on its own. But after all, maybe this dual nature is what makes the human so special with its autonomy. Proper behaviour is how somebody politely acts. it is a response to things that are happening internally - views and feelings. externally, the surrounding people with the factors such as wrongdoing, racism, and egoism- can have a profound impact on physical and mental soundness.
More generally, good manners could be blended with also bad motivations. This can be seen in everyday life, for example, when we meet people who seem to be kind and friendly, whereas, in reality, they could be manipulative or cunning.
Our homes or early shelters and close associates, friends, and parents influence our characters in developing greediness, unkindness, and misbeliefs which are the main sources that give rise to evil deeds. These infiltrate toxic pride in our nature. Here comes the term 'companionship'- which is extremely important for both our mental and physical well-being. Having good company is all that we really need.
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