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Lisa HW says
Each thing, in turn, by each thing, in time.
Renee' D. Campbell says
You mean, I assume, inwardly. When revenge is manifested outwardly and becomes known, it no longer is revenge... It's just plain psycho. For revenge to be effective shouldn't it remain private, which itself takes strength, no?
Pride begins within as revenge does. It begins with a feeling about yourself and how you want to express that feeling.Revenge is still revenge when acted on. I don't think it shows strength because you focus on the other party, not yourself.
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Kindness is now misinterpreted as weakness, thus opening us up at our most vulnerable time, to predators. Such us the new reality of our new generation. Is it any wonder, Lisette, that selflessness is waning, and being replaced by selfishness. Sigh.
Negative thought is the usual association with revenge, yes, but what if the revenge itself is in response to bring wronged? I am a father and if my children were violated or harmed and the offender got
Off on a loophole is revenge then justifiable?