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Hi how can I make this sentence sound better? I'm talking about the garden of eden and how it applies to todays world.

This can be related to commonly used phrases today such as, “the fork in the road” or the comparison of the imaginary devil and angel.

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    First of all, which ONE NOUN does "This" refer to?

    This<~~?? can be related to some commonly used phrases today such as, “the fork in the road” or choosing between the imaginary devil and angel.

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