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Everyone in this world has a conscience that makes a person do bad things and good things After a person has done a bad thing they will usually feel guilty and when they feel guilty enough they will admit to there wrong doing Guilt exists in everyone that is human In these stories As the Night the Day and The Heir guilt affects the two children Kojo and Sogun In the Story The Heir Sogun felt guilty for letting his grandfather accuse Sokpae for taking the jades when he was actually the one who took the jades The accused had led Sokpae to leave his family during a heavy rainstorm Since there was a heavy rainstorm the wooden bridge on the way from the village was washed away and killed Sokpae The villagers arrived with news about Soguns death which terribly devastated the family He must get away quickly because he could not face the dead body of someone virtually killed by him Kiwon 493 as Sogun thought while running to his room to pack He could not help feeling the guilt of virtually killing Sokpae so he left the family Sogun had thought that running away would make him lead a guilt free life While leaving the house the voice of his grandfather stayed in his mind He remembered his grandfather saying Everything in here is yours Kiwon 494 Sogun knew what he did was wrong and what he did wrong led to Sokpaes death And for this he left so that he could not cause anymore problems or troubles to his grandfather and his uncle His guilty conscience had overcame him making him feel like everything would have been better if he hadnt gone to live with his grandfather In the story As the Night the Day Kojo broke the thermometer and others were blamed for breaking it Not admitting to breaking the thermometer himself made everyone get punished
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