Man's goodness is a flame that can be hidden but never extinguished. Explain with reference to the chapter Nelson Mandela.

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It is true that the flame of man's goodness can never be extinguished. At times, men behave in a deplorable way when they exploit the underprivileged. At other times, they indulge in acts that are repulsive. Sometimes, they do not respond well to the cries of the downtrodden. But, this is always a temporary phase. No situation or ordeal can kill the innate goodness of man. Many instances show how kind and compassionate the human race is. Man reaches out to help people around him in crisis, goes out of his way to uplift the downtrodden, and extends a helping hand to the needy.

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These famous line of Nelson Mandela are very optimistic and inspirational. These lines mean that each human being has the light and fire of goodness in him. ... This light may remain burning at low intensity, but it never burns out; nor can it be extinguished.
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These famous line of Nelson Mandela are very optimistic and inspirational. These lines mean that each human being has the light and fire of goodness in him. ... This light may remain burning at low intensity, but it never burns out; nor can it be extinguished.
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