“A human is so much a human, when they will be willing to punish. How else is God described, besides the one who forgives the sinner?
A human, a punisher, and it is only because they have a form to feel pleasure through, that they will do this. A human craves. And, in what they crave, they punish another to deal pain, learning another’s weakness.
Though, through love, a person can communicate to understand, and in that understanding, a person learns to forgive. Learn the tale, before the judgement to punish, and one can judge a person’s truest fault, being their humanity. In this, they will comprehend themselves the same as another.
They will break themselves like not waves against the shore, though against each other. They now know each other’s storm, and they can connect in the calm.”– Modern Romanticism