“A tooth for a tooth; an eye for any eye,” OR “When slapped, turn the other cheek.” Choose

“It’s always hard to decide the true path that should be taken immediately after you have been wronged. In most cases if you are in position to revenge, you do it but I don’t think that would be the best solution.”Gustave Tuyishime, ULK Student.“I would go with turning my other cheek as the Bible says because if you let go of whatever someone has done to you, you have time to think about the incident and understand why it happened that way.”Alpha Rwirangira, Local Artist.
L-R: Gustave Tuyishime;Alpha Rwirangira;Emellienne Benurugo;  Ruth Nirere Alias Shanel
L-R: Gustave Tuyishime;Alpha Rwirangira;Emellienne Benurugo; Ruth Nirere Alias Shanel

“It’s always hard to decide the true path that should be taken immediately after you have been wronged. In most cases if you are in position to revenge, you do it but I don’t think that would be the best solution.”

Gustave Tuyishime, ULK Student.

“I would go with turning my other cheek as the Bible says because if you let go of whatever someone has done to you, you have time to think about the incident and understand why it happened that way.”

Alpha Rwirangira, Local Artist.

“It’s always good to be a living example in society. I would choose to go with turning my cheek because when you fight back there would be no difference between you and the offender.”

Emellienne Benurugo, Guestlux Staff.

“I don’t support ‘An eye for an eye’ because when you do something similar to what they have done to you, the offender will never understand that they were wrong. The best approach is to talk about what happened and reconcile.”

Ruth Nirere Alias Shanel, Local Artist.

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