The world was created as a place in which joy, cheer, and good deeds cold be shared by fellow neighbors. The beginning of this loss of innocence first took place when Adam and Eve committed sin by eating the apples from the Tree of Knowledge. The end of good is illustrated in the stories, Paradise Lost, by John Milton, and The Inferno, by Dante Alighieri.
In Milton's Paradise Lost, the world was good, and everything
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in the real world. For example, whenever CEOs of major companies like Enron and Worldcom mess up and try to steal money from the business and economy, the stock market falls.
There is hardly any good remaining in the world. This fact is illustrated in the books Paradise Lost, and The Inferno. The world was created to be a place full of good and sin-free life. This all ended when the first sin took place.