The Golden Rule

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Although there are many people may not think the same as me, but eye for an eye is not a good tool to determine a punishment. The biggest reason is that the bible says not to. The next reasons is two wrongs do not make a right. Two wrongs do not make a right. First and foremost, the bible says no to seek out for vengeance. The bible has thirty verse about. Romans 12 nineteen says “vengeance is mine, I will repay says the Lord”. What that verse is saying is that people are not supposed to get vengeance because he will do it in the end. His revenge may not be as fast as people may like, but he will take care of it. In addition, two wrongs do not make a right. If someone does something mean to you and you turn around and do something mean back, nothing is resolved. The situation becomes worse because you have dropped down to their level. Then when you have dropped down to their level then that makes you look like a bad person. Try to resolve the problem and not get even.…show more content…
If somebody punches somebody else then the golden rule says that they want want to be punched. If somebody steals from somebody else the golden rule also says that they want stuff stole from them. The golden rule is just used for an excuse to get revenge. What the golden rule actually means is that you treat other nicely so that they treat you kindly also. In conclusion, revenge is eye for an eye is not a good thing to go by. The bible says revenge is wrong. The next reasons is two wrongs do not make a right. That is why not to go be eye for an
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