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Revenge - A problem in the humanity
Mahadeep Singh Jamwal7/17/2019 11:43:27 PM
Revenge by definition means to get retribution for a wrong doing done to us. In the bible it is said that we should treat others as we would like to be treated. Revenge completely disregards the presence of the basic human instinct which thrives on the manipulation and destruction of others, for the sake of satisfaction. Revenge is an action which causes people to act blindly and without much reason. It is the action of inflicting hurt or harm on someone for an injury or wrong suffered at their hands; the desire to inflict retribution. The emotional picture painted in one's mind always keep memories afresh and sentimental state of mind thinks of the reaction. This state of mind we can sum up as revenge. Revenge and vengeance are basic tools of human instinct. Whether society chooses to accept or blind itself to this fact, it is an indisputable truth. Revenge is defined as being a harmful action against a person or group in response to a grievance, be it real or perceived. It is used to right a wrong by going outside of the law. Revenge is also known as payback, retribution, retaliation, or vengeance. We often believe that exacting revenge is a form of emotional release and that getting retribution will help us feel better but it is false presumption. Revenge re-opens and aggravates our emotional wounds. It is obviously a deeply messed up expression of vindictiveness. It is hard to even call it evil. It is just plain insanity, a result of deeply messed-up thinking. Revenge is one of the basic tools of human instinct. Revenge lies within us. All revenge is an instinctive human characteristic. There is no conscious effort in a human to decide to take revenge. His freedom lies within his revenge. Revenge is an act of extralegal retribution by an individual or a group against someone else or another group for a perceived wrong or injustice. Francis Bacon describes revenge as a "wild justice" that "does offend the law and put the law out of office." Ultimately humans need to decide how to handle acts of revenge. It may either be treated freely as an act of nature or be allowed to take its course, or it may be treated with humanistic approach. Revenge causes one to act blinding through anger, rather than through reason. It is a part of human nature that forces us to seek revenge against the person who has granted us with pain. The old law about an eye for an eye leaves everybody blind. The revenge is improper and wrong way to punish someone for his fault. It is not uncommon when someone does you wrong, to want revenge, it is human nature. If we all treat our adversaries' and those that did us wrong graciously, would it leave us vulnerable for more destruction, or benefit us as a whole in the end? "When you begin a journey of revenge, start by digging two graves: one for your enemy, and one for yourself." - Jodi Picoult. The revenge for the offence is to deprive you of pleasure to complain about the injustice. It has caused the downfall of many a person. Its consuming nature causes one to act recklessly through anger rather than reason. Human nature as a balance of good and evil, humans can use their brain power for good or evil. Revenge has been a common theme in society since, perhaps, the dawn of time. It is instinctually designed into us due to our emotional nature, and it is usually much easier than having to deal with the issue or to discuss it calmly and peacefully.
In our lives we have all been on a roller coaster, whether it is in our teenage years or in our adulthood years. There has been a point in our lives when we have fallen out with people that we were really close to, but we have to learn to forget about those things, no matter how hard they may be. Some thought out measures to encounter the revenge are: Be smart: Smart is a best framework for setting goals to clarify exactly what will be required for achieving success in life but not a stupid to be taken over by circumstances. Smartness in thinking gives us best of our talent to balance between odd and even, good and bad, positive and negative, and right or wrong. We have to set our goal as specific as possible. The smartness gives us reasoning to make we to differentiate what we have to measure for our progress. What to be smart the some requisites are; Intelligence: There are many ways that you can gain intelligence, but topping the list is the books, an encyclopedia of knowledge. The acquisition of information is the first and foremost step towards acquiring intelligence a step towards to be smart. It will open lot of doors in your life. People will become interested in you and want to be your friend. Even the people that don't like you that much will ask for your help. You will be respected and popular for your intelligence and that will burn up your adversaries inside, although they may not seem to be on the outside. Eventually maybe they will realize what an idiot they were for leaving you and ask to be your friend again. Kind Hearted; it always carries a message when we are nice to respect our kindness. If the people have mistreated us, we should exhibit the depth of our kindness. If what they have done is forgiven and forgotten then it is natural course that we become just normal with them. How you carry yourself, communicates a lot to other people. Positioning yourself confidently will make you genuinely feel cool and comfortable, and it will carry positivity in the minds of other people to think in positive about you. Recognize your Talents and Good; focusing on your better attributes will distract you from perceived flaws and boost your sense of worth. We must focus on compliments from other people. What have they? Told you, about you, that you otherwise haven't noticed or acknowledged? Maybe they've remarked on your smile or your ability to stay cool and collected in stressful situations. Positive Attitudes; think about the qualities you try to cultivate. No one's perfect, but if you're actively trying to be an honorable, good person, give yourself some credit for effort. The fact that you think about bettering yourself, at all says that you're humble and good-hearted, and those are positive attributes.
Revenge creates enemies and the situation and our emotions are responsible for the creation of the enemies and the path to deal with them we human being adopt is the revenge. Bhagavad Gita lays the emphasis on contracting with emotions and attachment. In most situations, panic and attachment are simply making other suspect and proclaim them as our enemies. In Bhagavad Gita, Lord Krishna advises Arjuna and trains him how to respond to numerous situations and shows him the right path to deal with his enemies. Bhagavad Gita has elegantly expressed that our mind is our first enemy if we discipline our mind, then there will be no such word as an enemy in existence for us. Further, it illustrates that to control mind do meditation, yoga and advice us to devote our self to lord, our Karma and Dharma. In this generation, we can again, select the reference to his teachings and make life peaceful and stress-free.
Concluding I've learned that from a war ignited by revenge, nothing can be born, but sorrow. Revenge is like a rolling stone, which, when a man hath forced up a hill, will return upon him with a greater violence, and break those bones whose sinews gave it motion - Jeremy Taylor. We may look at revenge as justice but in the end all it brings is pain and sorrow.
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