Written by Christian author, Pola Muzyka.
Vindictiveness, like gossip, is sometimes held together with a series of recurring lies. In some cases vindictiveness tries to justify its existence long after an offence or antagonist leaves the scene. It may seek to attack anyone connected to the object of its vindication and can even reign havoc in the lives of those harboring vindication or in the life of the target of its objective.
A stronghold of vindictiveness sets in when the host denies logic and wise reasoning in its advances. For example a host will try to vindicate an ancestor on future generations of the target without provocation.
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