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Calixto Johan Svelti Troncoso Johan Svelti Troncoso من عند San Francisco, Yopal, Casanare, كولومبيا من عند San Francisco, Yopal, Casanare, كولومبيا

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Calixto Johan Svelti Troncoso Johan Svelti Troncoso من عند San Francisco, Yopal, Casanare, كولومبيا

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من الواضح أنني قرأت هذا باللغة الألمانية ... أوه ، أمازون ، لماذا تجعل الأمور صعبة بالنسبة لنا هنا على Goodreads؟

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مجرد فظيع عادي ، وجعلني أعتقد ذلك بكثير. أنا أحب ذلك على الرغم من. لا يمكننا السماح لهم بالسيطرة .. لا يمكننا ذلك.

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I think about dr. Frankenstein, how he freely acted in a certain way, (quite innocently at first) but it eventually became an obsession leading him onto morally questionable grounds. He made choices, and this free-agent created something that stole away his freedom and ruined his life. It makes me think how we, with our choices, create monsters that enslave us. We have a choice at the ought set, but eventually the reality our actions made, becomes our master. Often things seem innocent enough at the start, but we feel a compulsion to continue going into the gray areas and eventually, we cross that line, and there is no returning to our former innocence and freedom. This classic story, shows what can happen to a noble goodhearted man, if he allows himself to be carried by his strongest inclinations. The tale shows quite well the evil tendency to treat the stranger and the different, with cruelty and harshness. And how even those we consider monsters of iniquity, had the human longing for love and tenderness at some point, and contained a great potential for so much goodness. At the close of this book, I cried, every part of me longed for some redemption, I wished that someone would have shown Frankenstein's creature some compassion and love. It was such a powerful story showing where rage and the pursuit of revenge leads. A good reminder to take to heart Jesus' command to forgive seventy times seven.