this strongly depends on the context because in some situations these things happen so that we learn and emerge a better individual, while in some instances these occurances are dependent on revenge - what is most important is how we make the choice and course of action which follows
Not at all. That's a very barbaric way to live. I believe in forgiveness, if you have it in you.
barbaric? then you really dont knwo the world at large. look around you- you might learn something, we all believe in forgiveness but some situations call for different measures - for instance if a manZ kills man7's entire family - obviously he will want revenge. It is not a matter of having it in you its a matter of principles and your core values
I do not believe in an eye for an eye; I don't believe revenge is the answer ever. I believe justice will happen in time, and that we don't have to take matters into our own hands.
No i dont...because in the case of death - if an ex kills your lover...killing your ex would not bring back the love of your life...<br />
But i have to say though it really depends on the situation- deep circumspect is required
no, i believe an eye for both eye
Well in the Biblical sense it actually means to be justly compensated for wrongful injury. It doesn't actually mean if you loose an eye from some ones negligence that they should have an eye gouged out as well. <br />
So yes I believe in an eye for an eye.
No, I believe that principal operates at a lower level of spiritual consciousness. Justice is important, but mercy trumps it. And unity consciousness trumps mercy. In a state of unity consciousness, no wrong can be done and no forgiveness is necessary. But one must be in that state to experience that reality. Otherwise, you are still in the world of drama.
Yes! Upfront and being honest!
My temperament is too nice for that principle.
Yes and a tooth for a tooth.