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hello umm i have a question?

theres this qoute

"i have always found that mercy bears richer fruits than strict juctice"
-abraham lincoln
do u know what else this qoute could mean?

  • poetry -

    Lincoln was saying that being lenient with a person who has done something wrong is better than harsh punishment. The person is more likely to change when shown kindness.

  • poetry -

    thankyou :)

  • poetry -

    You're welcome.

    Please do not change names.

  • poetry -

    im sorry? what do you mean

  • english -

    what logic does jack use to assure the others that there are no large beasts on the island?

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