I have never "taken revenge" on anyone. I have had reason to, and, at times, may have thought about it. But i could never bring myself to intentionally and hatefully destroy another persons life or property. And, in most cases, i truly feel it is a poor choice. Destructive revenge doesn't solve anything or prove anything. IMO, the best kind of revenge is moving on.
Asked by Anonymous at 5:32 PM on Apr. 23, 2010 in Just for Fun
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Answer by symle456 at 6:03 PM on Apr. 23, 2010
Nope. I truly believe that it doesn't make you feel better. It doesn't provide the justice you hope for. It leaves you feeling like you are now as bad as the person who wronged you. You are now no better than that person. I would prefer to forgive someone even if they continue to hold grudges. I don't seek revenge, and I don't hate, and I don't hold grudges. I look after my self in that way. It is my belief that you treat people they way you want them to treat you. I don't want people to seek revenge on me, so I don't seek revenge. I want people to be kind to me, so I try to be kind to people. It is that simple and hard.
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