rule "an eye for an eye", which obviously encourages revenge, introduced in ancient times a king, ironically, in order to curb the people's desire for revenge.It is not known whether the king slept peacefully after this law is issued, but there is reason to doubt it.
He was concerned that cases of revenge in his kingdom completely out of control.Large areas almost drowned in the blood that people shed for the sake of revenge.For example, someone insulted y X, or, for example, his wife.The Y publicly vows revenge and will not rest until he kills Ickx, his wife, or both.X's family takes an oath that he will avenge.So revenge will move as inherited from generation to generation.The rule of "an eye for an eye" was intended to limit the endless acts of revenge.According to him, if someone hit you in the eye so that the eyes could no longer see, you could hit him in the eye in the same way and with the same result, but you had no right to kill him or members of his family.
problem is that revenge begets revenge.Gandhi once said that if everyone followed the rule "an eye for an eye," would all have been blind.Fortunately, not all people obey the first desire for revenge or maybe it should be said - tend to enjoy "sweet revenge".What a curious choice of words - sweet revenge, fruit that grows from a clean bitterness and anger.
When relationships break down slowly, and one or both partners begin to hurt each other, they often spend more time and effort on the ground than on the restoration of relations.In the end, some people have no desire at all to do for the partner something nice, and they begin to enjoy that cause another person pain.
example, a man finds a reason not to take the trash when it is his turn.He knows that by doing so angers his wife, but, nevertheless, does it.So begins a chain reaction.His wife adds, in response to her husband's dirty shirt laundry basket, but does not erase them.A few weeks later, he discovers that he does not have any clean shirts.It is justified by the fact that the spouse should not all just go with it.
If spouses enjoy the permanent place of each other, they have no desire to restore relations.It's simple: it is much more fun to fight than to compromise.There are more pathological cases.Partners do hurt each other, and then putting up a time to re-build relationships, but only to again soon and happy start to torment each other.In both cases, the relationship is far from warm and constructive.
Manifestations instinct for revenge can do more harm avenger than the object of revenge.Restricted people often say that they do not care what happens to them;most importantly, to the other side suffered.As a result, people spend time and energy, his career stands still, all his plans are delayed or even forgotten, and all that - for the sake of a successful revenge.Think maybe your offender (if it really something offended you) and it is necessary only that: your life is heading downhill, and as your own efforts.That's it man, who wishes you harm, right?
it worth wasting time on revenge?
Along with a penchant for retribution for the evil caused by (real or imagined), people also tend to return good for good.In this case, too, it may be a chain reaction of good deeds that will lead to warm, strong relationships and mutual respect.
If you have a desire to take revenge, do not rush, and think a little.Is it worth it?Hardly.What price are you willing to pay for it, to make sure that the object of your place is really suffering?Ask yourself, who else will suffer from your revenge.Think about your children, friends and other people who you value.Is it worth your satisfaction "total", which you have to pay?
Maybe still need to focus the energy that you are willing to spend on the place on something else?At least for a career.And you know, if someone really wants you evil, the worst way to get back at him - is to succeed in their business, to live life to the fullest and be happy.