Loretta A. Ragsdell asks:

James Barker

“No, because it’s not going to resolve the situation. I think it takes an intelligent person to be able to look the other way, to forgive a person, and that’s a part of my spiritual beliefs.”

Lyn Turner

“No. Personally, I don’t believe in revenge. Honestly, my initial thought probably would be ‘What can I do to get back at them?’ But over all, I’m going to let God handle it.”

Frank Hudley

“Hurt my feelings? I can deal with hurting my feelings OK. Sometimes I can swallow my pride because my feelings have been hurt before, but when you’re talking about being vengeful, I can’t do vengeful because that’s God’s thing there, and I believe in God’s wrath. You can hurt me, OK, but you can’t really hurt me, because I can live with that, but as far as getting revenge on another person, I can’t live with that.”

Xano Collins

“No I don’t. I’ll tell you why. I believe that if it’s an offense that warrants me discussing it, something that I can’t overlook, I believe in applying the Bible principle to go to the person and advise them of how they have hurt you, and then they have a chance to see what they have done, and they will have a chance to repent and say, ‘I am sorry.'”

Juanita Harris

“No I don’t actually. I think it’s just a part of who I am, my belief system. I believe that everybody has Karma, and there is good Karma and bad Karma, and what goes around comes around. Not to say my feelings wouldn’t be hurt or I would feel bad behind it.”

Cynthia Williams

“No, and the reason being is, as I’ve gotten older, and believing in God, I’ve come to realize that God is the avenger, not me. I’d probably let them know that they have offended me because the Bible says you should let a person know that they have offended you, but I would not try and get any revenge myself.”