They repeat proven lies about the President's behavior based on his perceived race and color compared to Trayvon Martin's perceived race and color. If there was nothing for people to fear, they would do whatever they wanted. That dosen't bring back the family member. Instead of just blindly setting your life goal and spending 20 years trying to avenge your friend, who got killed by a man with psychological problems when you could just spend, 10 years researching of a way in which you could help that person not kill a person ever again and spend the other 10 years looking for the person and putting your research into practice. Even if you would walk out alive having to seek your revenge, your past is intact and everything would just be a memory in mind and pain internally.
In other words revenge feel amazing! Justice is less susceptible to disproportionality, Carries the magnitude of consensus, And is thus less likely to escalate. The cook accidentally mixes up the orders, and the two customers are informed. This is so because when someone does something to harm or bring you down your first immediate response is to get back at them and make them suffer as much or more than you have. Justice Revenge is for emotionally weak and weak-minded people. In the end the person who caused harm to you gets punished. When people take revenge, if they take revenge, I feel like they should always keep in mind equilibrium. There is no reason to degrade your moral high by stooping to their level.
This would require the burglar to suffer In a way equal to the punishment. Childish for going back and forth with a person which would make you just as wrong as that person when as an alternative you could just pass it over, making you superior. Was it all Edmond hoped it would be? The narrator may therefore be suggesting that revenge transforms people into violent monsters, or that only those who behave monstrously think revenge is an appropriate response. Law was made as a deterrence of occurring such a terrible circulation. People feel differently to situations. Therefore there is no question of the possibility of a killer killing again and if these killers were executed after their first conviction, over 800 lives would have been saved.
. If we are like you in the rest, we will resemble you in that. What I really think is revenge, will not bring any positive solutions, it will just bring more conflicts. It's proven to only be a temporary psychological solution to a problem. Seeking revenge is never justified. But, in the end, both Beowulf and the dragon become victims of their mutual lust for vengeance. Then it becomes a question of do you really want to swoop down to prove a point or make a statement.
Revenge is for the weak, if you cant deal with your problems yourself you resort to revenge for an emotional drive. Revenge typically begets more revenge. This usually means taking the punishment to extremes as far as it takes to satisfy the sufferer. Revenge is, by nature, personal; justice is impersonal, impartial, and both a social and legal phenomenon. It centers on proportion as it equates to fairness.
Or to put it more emphatically to behave vengefully is, at best, to take the low road to justice. What if he never intended to kill that person but his involuntary actions led to that person dying. Hamlet is unaware of their protests and he merely sees their visit as an ingenuous act done by servants of the king, not as help from his long time friends. So therefore, revenge depends on the situation, and we can only judge from there. Like a drug, the stress will come back and hurt you more. But in reality, it is never justified.
In its entirety, though I would tend to agree with the statement I must also state that it is too complex to be offered a clear-cut response. There was a post on the other side entitled 'Revenge vs Punishment' which i find intresting and plausible, but in my opinion 'righeous revenge' similar to righeous indignation, one of Aristotle's virtues is virtually synonymous with punishment. What happens to an individually both physically and psychically as a result of the arduous work and mental effort required to quell such a basic human survival mechanism? Can you suffer further consequences legally, or will they try to seek revenge on you and hurt you again? Revenge is a form of getting even with someone for the sufferers own satisfaction. We wait on tenterhooks, wondering when we're going to see the Count get his retribution, and how he's going to get it. Seeking revenge is seems as childish at best, and criminal, at worst. When the situation hits home, things change.
What if you are wrongly blamed? Karma does come back but one does not cause Karma because Karma causes itself. The justice system is completely broken. Or something along those lines. There are certain crimes where the prescribed punishment almost never happens. If one commits any type of felony it would be trailed and the punishment would vary depending one the situation. I do not believe law is unbiased.