Unplanned Actions Lead To Destruction In Mary Shelley's Frankenstein

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Unplanned actions lead to destruction: Mary Shelley’s Frankenstein No actions are justified if no effort is applied. In the sense that if you had the ability to create destruction, than you should be prepared to own up to your mistakes. If you do not take your actions seriously, you could end up changing things in a drastic way. Although the mistake was not meant to be made, it is still your duty to do everything in your power to make sure it does not get out of hand. We cannot even imagine what happens when we are irresponsible and create something so horrific that it is irreversible. Nothing you do can be justified unless you own up to the actions you partake in and do anything you can to resolve the mistake. Taking responsibility for your
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