Tuesday, March 1, 2016

Not Knowing, So Why Take The Chance

No matter how you look at it, the kirpan has a blade with the ability to kill. Worse yet, no matter the person, we just don't know what the person will do with an item like that.

They might use it to harm they might not.

The end result is that we we are still left uncertain.  Therefore, in my opinion, it would be a huge mistake to allow the chance of someone getting hurt.

Everyone gets mad once in awhile. No matter how religious the person may be, even if they practice to keeping peace and abstaining from harm, who's to say that they'll remain calm in a situation of anger or frustration?

When someone is mad, they don't think straight, and when they don't think straight, they won't be able to hold themselves back from using the "Kirpan" as a weapon.

THE END RESULT IS THAT WE DON'T KNOW IF THEY WILL USE IT OR NOT, SO WHY TAKE THAT CHANCE?

2 comments:

  1. Even if a student can get mad once awhile, on a daily basis his is a very small chance that he will bring out a kirpan. When a kid gets mad, he might for example will pull out a kirpan and be irresponsible with it, which is wrong. However, if the kid is taught in the right way, it is okay for the student to bring the kirpan.

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    1. Even if the kid is taught right, when people are mad they simply don't think, they act.

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