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Dunbar should save Stands With A Fist because though she is considered an enemy Dunbar is obligated as a human to love his enemy not rejoices in their pain and not to counter eye to eye Though Stands With A Fist is an Indian and the Whiteman and Indians are sworn enemies because of land competition The fact that Stands With A Fist is one of the enemies residents does not give him the right to let her die Do not rejoice when your enemy falls and do not let your heart be glad when he stumbles Or the LORD will see it and be displeased Proverbs 2417-18Dunbar should save Stands With A Fist because she is person in need of help He cannot refuse helping someone who is at the verge of death for his well-being As it states in the Bible Let each of you look not only to his own interests but also to the interests of others Philippians 24 There was a deeper reason Blake pg 16 for his presence in this foreign land and he was not going to shackle himself with allegiance to the man who were hesitant to arrive leaving Dunbar isolated at the outpost Why should he be constrained to serve the interests of cowardly militia who left him to be attacked by the Indians It is all common sense join or die as Benjamin Franklin said Dunbar was outmatched Why should he have risked being killed by the Indians when he could have joined them and be protected by them Dunbar had more imperative matters to worry about for instance how God would have perceived him for letting a person bleed out-a common method for slaughtering animals httpwwwwisegeekcom would have utterly sadistic and uncivil Though the Indians scalped the Whiteman and were not
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