The Rishonim tell us that nothing is sweeter then revenge. When a person feels he has been wronged, he waits – scheming and dreaming of ways to even up the score.
If this is so instinctive a trait in the human, how can the Torah expect us to eliminate it? And even more significantly, revenge by definition is justified; I am only returning to him what he did to me. Why would the Torah demand that we avoid it?
This Shmuz deals with a different perspective on revenge and offers us a vantage point for dealing with many life situations.
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