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Are you 'eye for an eye' or a mute pillar for an eye ....?

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Asked by aruna v, 02 Mar 01:48 am
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Programmed to be a pillar in normal situations ! Finding suitable options before resorting to eye for an eye. In war type situations the stakes are still aimed higher withot allowing any chances.
Answered by Ganadhisha, 02 Mar 09:01 am

 
  
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Eye for an eye will make whole world blind. Why stoop low to join the their levels. Having said that, there is no need to behave as dead wood either.
Answered by Lucky, 02 Mar 08:48 am

 
  
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Eye for an eye
Answered by sigma, 02 Mar 01:49 am

 
  
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I dont believe in REACTIONs.....i belive in RESPONSE.
In the former, ur actions follow certain fixed predictable pattern; ur action depends on the others action, often ignoring the context/situation/ the view of the other person etc or considering the options avaialble. Awareness is missing. It is the ACT of the other alone that determines ur action. In the former, ie: response, u wake up to the situation, in ur hightened state of awareness to DECIDE what to do....that is response. The situation decides how u have to respond. Eye for an eye is not applicable there!
Answered by Shunmugham, 04 Mar 05:13 pm

 
  
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None.
I will go for civilized judicial process.
Answered by Prakash Chandra, 04 Mar 03:32 pm

 
  
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Neither but I cannot just tolerate things going wrong right under my nose...!
Answered by Dil Se, 02 Mar 06:47 pm

 
  
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Eye for an eye
Answered by rajnikant raiyarela, 02 Mar 06:34 pm

 
  
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It should be upside down
Answered by rajendra partap sinha, 02 Mar 04:25 pm

 
  
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WOW. Really good.',

You have a really good descriptive style. You are NOT illiterate and understand the relationships between ideas and the building of details, like what I call 'progressive revelation' --not revealing all of it at once, which builds interest & suspense. If your plot development and characterisations are anywhere as skilful, you have got a really terrific story on the way.

Mind a few details-- you used 'bubble' too often in the first two. Mind comma rules. Limit use of adverbs especially in sequence or in adjacent sentences.

I do not know if Stacia is a witch or endowed with magical powers-- the way she moves her hand on the tree, giggles oddly, and seems to regard the half-destroyed shack with imaginary attributes lends her the quality of a Luna Lovegood-- till of course she regards her mother's injury.

Perhaps you would ensure that we get more of her REAL character before we find out if she can or cannot help her mother through her own powers. As it ...more
Answered by Mickey, 02 Mar 11:11 am

 
  
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