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Revenge Mans Delight Revenge payback settling the score getting even vengeance whatever we choose to call it it expresses an emotion that we all foster yet we are rarely proud of It exists within us all more often than we might want to admit Lets face it if someone cuts in front of you on the highway you blurt out an expletive and cut off the other driver in return What A tougher situation Ok If a murderer kills someone you love all you can do is make sure that retribution is delivered The idea that revenge is innately instinctive is thus highlighted It is there in both animals and human beings As for animals I believe that most of you have heard the story about the white baby elephant which saw the poacher killing its parents and after a period of time this creature saw the same poacher and killed him in return Whereas the human case is more complicated its not only an instinct but its this instinct merged with anger and absence of maturity altogether forming a man acting blindly not knowing about the consequences of his deeds I mentioned before the word retribution What is it It is the form of revenge we are used to This retribution is exercised by our teachers at school and by our parents at home Its the punishment we get on doing wrong deeds And when it is time for us to judge we will practice the same thing and punish Oussama2 people While retribution is limited and doesnt necessarily relate to the victim of the wrong doer we see that revenge as highly personal with no limits It is said that revenge is a sweet dish that is best served cold This serving is the planning and the scheming for the whole event In Hamlet we see the young guy hamlet trying to avenge his fathers death he thought that he could plan for
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