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... well and be at peace with himself and others while injustice produces hatred, factions, and strife. Let me give you another example that I came up with. Let’s say that King is peaceful, respectful and kind to is servants and people. The people and his servants with respect and like him more because of that but if he is unjust and filled with hatred and wanting to fight with angry then there would be chaos from the people and protest for not liking the king or ruler. This can also relate to Obama and Trump. Obama is a peaceful and respected and kind were as Trump is filled with hatred and anger. I real life situation happened where my friend told me to loan his car keys I said ok and later in the night he had a bit to drink and was drunk and asked for them back and said no and started talking about how he was drunk and tried to get him to sober up and drove him home.
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