People choose forgiveness because they want to release the initial offender from their guilt and past action to form a better relationship with them. As Chernoff discusses, "When we release others from the penalties of their actions, we create a space where our own thoughtless actions against others can be forgiven as well”(1). The quote above explains how forgiving others can allow for a better relationship based off of forgiveness between the initial offender and the avenger. People forgive because they see it as the right thing to do. In the text, "In reality, I was just a man who got somebody mad-- mad enough to want to kill him-- and survived it.
Anger is a strong feeling of annoyance, or hostility. When people experience anger in grief, that person is infuriated that he or she has lost someone close to them. One will feel that the person should not have died. They will think it is unfair, and are annoyed and mad. That person also feels guilty that they died.
When we feel wronged by someone else, for something that been done to us, someone we care about or to our lineage, we seek to get revenge in one way or the other. This common mistake occurs around us in the world today. The compassionate act of forgiveness is not having the desire to punish those who offend us, or our ancestors in one way or another. Forgiveness is the quality that separates civilized human beings from animals in the wild. It is essential in overcoming anger inflicted to us by others.
But, I do know that there would be times that I would probably be very tempted to directly confront someone for their sin, especially if their sin is hurting someone else. An example of this would be a person that in repeatedly unfaithful to their significant other, who is trying to hold the relationship together. I think I would be very direct with this client. Their sin is thoughtless, uncaring and selfish. At this point, I don’t think that the client is going worried about their unfaithfulness being wrong.
A Disappointing Crime “Mistakes are always forgivable, if one has the courage to admit them.” -Bruce Lee. Everyone knows that minister Dimmesdale was guilty, but some people feel that it was right for him not to confess, while others strongly believe he should have taken ownership of his actions and confessed his sin. Minister Dimmesdale should have confessed his sin for these reasons, he would bear less shame, the people trusted him to confess, and Hester should not have to bear both of their burdens. The minister should have confessed his sin since he would bear less shame. Unfortunately, most of the minister’s shame came from the fact that he was hiding his sin.
I get why Odysseus was furious but I’m sure there was a better way to handle the situation. Showing the other person that their negative actions did not phase you will infuriate them enough. Also sometimes it makes the person question themselves and think that maybe what they did was really wrong (guilt). Guilt is one of the many outcomes that people suffer from trying to seek revenge, revenge is just not worth it ! “The
Revenge is a substitute for pay back, it 's a human emotion to hurt someone that hurts someone else or loved one(s). It does most times gives the victims` families closure and feeling of justice. As crazy as it sounds in some cases the victim(s)’ families does not want execution just simple jail time, but the states want
Conversely some believe, he should not have confessed in the beginning. Dimsdale should have confessed in the beginning. There are three reasons to support this argument, physical pain, lives changed, and a guilt ridden conscience. Physical pain was largely demonstrated when Dimsdale would whip himself as a form of punishment. He was extremely ill due to the fact that his guilt was eating away at him.
Montresor says, “The thousand injuries of Fortunato I had borne as I best could, but when he ventured upon insult, I vowed revenge” (Poe 1). Montresor says this in the first sentence of the story which implies that he is having a struggle with another person who is Fortunato. Montresor has to struggle with a bully on his own and he wants revenge. Every victim of a bully wants revenge for what has been done to them. Nevertheless, Montresor gets ultimate revenge since he murdered Fortunato making the reader’s feel shocked.
Healing because Cole hurt a lot of people and he wants to heal his anger. In the circle of justice Cole Matthews wants to ask for forgiveness. That is because had so much anger in him he just needed to let it out of him. He let it out of him but with beating up people, such as Peter Driscal. Peter has head trauma, speech problems, and nightmares because of Cole 's actions.
When dealt with by law enforcement it helps stabilize the community some while also aiding in the victim or victims recovery process. If law enforcement fails to respond within its jurisdiction the officers and the department will be open to increased inspection and possible liability. Many people also argue that hate speeches can be just as harmful and dangerous as hate crimes. Hate speeches are not considered a hate crime, can have the same amount of psychological trauma on the victim and the community as a hate crimes. Hate speeches are only considered hate incidents, but they can also encourage bias-motivated violence(Turner and
They would not offer something like probation to a deranged murderer if they confessed to killing someone. I do think they are necessary because like I said for those who only commit small crimes it is easier for them to go through probation or house arrest instead of throwing a potentially nonviolent offender into a jail where they can become a violent offender. I think economically it is a good idea as well as socially to have the plea bargain. If benefits the community and judicial system because it prevents overcrowding and changing a person into something worse than they were as well as makes the process go a lot faster so that the criminal can be dealt with so other things that need to be addressed can be addressed. I would not change the plea bargain; I think that it is a good idea in most case scenarios for those who have committed small crimes because those with big crimes are still going to be dealt with in a harsher
While rehabilitative practices should be just as applicable to victims as they are to offenders, rehabilitative support is seldom provided to the victim. There exists a misguided notion that for a person to be eligible for rehabilitation, they themselves must have done something wrong. Because of this ill-conceived perception, rehabilitation has become an exclusive model, and a model that further isolates the victim. Conversely, restorative justice contains an overarching understanding of how all
I believe they should have to abide by the same laws because they are still humans that can make decisions. If there is someone that is believed to not be able to take care of themselves should be under full time supervision. This is so that they don 't lose control of themselves and some can help them through life. Do to the proper care not being given to Lennie he had to be killed for his actions. I agree with the idea of assisted suicide, because if someone is suffering to the point that they can no longer care for themselves.
They aren’t all driven by the same thing though. There is something in each serial killer that makes them different. There is something inside that drives them into their psychotic rage. Even though nature and nurture both play a part in a serial killer’s life, nurture is more effective to a serial killer’s life than nature. Serial killers are driven by many things.