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...by asking her some of the restorative framework questions and she said : " I never believed we could settle our difference between / in this short periods " .
There is no specific layout on how things should be done in practicing restorative justice , but the most important things are to concentrate on how to heal those that is harming and also to give a life back to the offender who is feeling guilty of his actions . To change a behaviour is not like an emergency treatment because it takes time , but it will be a good thing if restorative justice can be fully implemented in all schools and societies around the world which I don 't know how is going to be possible , the school will be the best place to learn and the world will be a safer place to live not just as an individual but as a united family bonded with the spirit of restorative relationship .
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