Good is just the opposite of evil (or devil). This topic is a happy topic for all the students as they have loads of information about the subject. Furthermore, the two subjects are highly conflicting. Good does just what evil hates. As such there is no prime source of good and evil but have you ever thought-“Where the concept of good and evil originated from”? However, we cannot deny the fact that both of them exist in this world. The struggle between good and the evil can be explicitly seen in the form of humans who perform good and bad deeds. Remember, they not only exist at large scale but these two aspects are present in every single individual. Good always promotes to do good deeds while the evil always creates the hindrance and prompts the human to do the bad.
When you are asked to write an eminent quality comparative essay on good and evil, you should keep following things in mind-
Collect information: Gather as many examples as you can from different sources like online books, magazines, articles, periodicals, journals, spiritual books etc.
Write all the information that you find appealing: Since you are asked to write in contrast form, you need to mention the deeds of both. Remember, the characteristics are present in humans only and we should write our essay in the form of human activities.
Create an outline: After information is gathered, organize your content in three sections-
Introduction: The subject is exhilarating and moves the writer and the author. If possible begin with some high end quote, some statistics in terms of good and bad deeds, some story etc.
Body: In this section, whatever questions have been asked above you should offer brief explanation about them. Do not forget to provide evidences of all cases. Present minimum 3 points. More points will have more effectiveness.
Conclusion: Conclude at the end as in who wins- good or the evil. This is most important. You should also state that though the life of bad is always long but good wins at last. Furthermore, promote goodness in life should be the message taught by your essay.
Edit: Edit your composition in terms of spelling mistakes, punctuation marks or other grammar issues.