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Justice also involves the act of forgiving the others instead of punishing them based on their mistakes. Example, instead of punishing a child for breaking an expensive piece of vase, one should understand that the child already feels bad for the act and instead show the child a special kind of love by giving him or her a hug and saying all is well is the greatest act of justice. The love to the child is more important that the broken vase and that is the most significant sign of
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Emotions control actions that individuals make. Love as an emotion can be in the form of a relationship. Love is one of the strongest feelings to be felt. Defining love as a general term does not even do justice to the full extent of what love can accomplish.
People are divided on such issues as gay rights, legalized abortion, lawful prescription of lethal drugs to the terminally ill, etc. Abroad, such issues related to nuclear armament, emission of industrial gas, and sustainable development (poverty, human trafficking, genocide, etc.) divide nations.
The spontaneous, romantic, unrealistic, powerful, and childlike love between Fermina and Florentino is fully nonsexual. Florentino, a trainee at the Postal Agency, brings a letter to the home of Lorenzo Daza and set eyes on the young Fermina reading. This young girl looks up to see who it is “and that casual glance was the beginning of a cataclysm of love that had not ended half a century later” (Marquez 54-55).
When people and especially ladies start having the love talk, the debate can take hours and hours with no conclusion. This shows that love is a complex concept and not just an easy affair as people tend to view it. There are people who have held the notion that the ideal relationship especially between people who love each other is one where sex is involved. Sex has been viewed as glue to all relationship.
Taken to its extremes, we can not have both. We long for love and praise its attributes while we demand punishment and retribution. It is a contradiction that Ricoeur places on the reader's plate to nourish themselves on while waiting on the main course. Ricoeur offers no answers, only more questions.
This gives us a clue that perhaps a proper education would have helped to feed her mind. This would have given her some satisfaction and perhaps bigger ideas and would have helped her to get a grip on her life. This would have
This way, social institutions (A Thinking), such as prisons, would then render a greater tendency to impart reform that seeks to motivate convicted individuals toward change by approach of understanding instead of immediate
However, I am of the opinion that juveniles should be guaranteed the right to a jury trial. This is for the following reasons.
Firstly, a collateral benefit of allowing jury trials is that they may aid