who created the gun is not responsible for the deaths caused by them by others

Who created the gun is not responsible for the deaths

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who created the gun is not responsible for the deaths caused by them by others - Jada wants the head back from Red - A box is given to the teacher; inside the box is the boat (a special type of magical boat?? Wtf) - The other village has come to attack Reds village - All Red wanted to do was save his sister and save his village, but his actions led to its destruction - “I am no longer an orphan, I come here now as a widow”; is it really better? Hell no - Justice (pg. 99) the notice of retribution; a head for a head, the idea of balance, evil act balanced by an evil punishment - The notion of justice is reparation, trying to make up for bad actions - Red will fight until he dies - The village does not give Red up, as he is part of their community - How long will Red’s life last? Only one arrow - Red recognizes his limited life, and commits suicide - The bow is black and the arrow is red; black is dominant color, name of hero is red; red is directing his action once more and accepting his place in the world - Shoots the arrow way up in the air instead of at the warriors, runs under the arrow and it kills him FORM LINE: - metaphysical; supernatural; spiritual guiding line; swells and contracts, dynamic not static - understanding what you can and cannot do - beyond good and evil - a way of looking at the world where everyone is in it - gives a picture of the universe
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- is the way the world is; a person is wise if they perceive it this way - a person is wise if they understand the space, their place in the world, how the line works and where it is, and how they can live a satisfying life in this world - “go with the flow”; it is extremely difficult to go against the flow The Demon Lover Where Are You Going, Where Have You Been? American Primitive Barbie Doll Anyone Lived in a Pretty How Town
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