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Els 102docx

By Maryjane Onwudiwe

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Divinity always avenges itself, though it may take time. Sometimes it may take years but it always gets back to perpetuators. Humanity should not avenge Divinity because it will be taking laws into one’s hand which may yield a greater consequence later in the future. Divinity knows its course, and always fights for its course no matter how long it may take.
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Published: July 11, 2017

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No, humanity should in no way avenge the course of Divinity. Using Chinua Achebe and Reuben Onyishi’s novel, below are some of the ways that makes humanity not eligible to avenge Divinity.

In Achebe’s Dead Men’s Path, Michael Obi is portrayed as a promising, handsome and energetic young man. He is tasked with reforming Ndume central school, a place known for its unprogressive or backwards ways. However, Michael observes one evening an old woman walking along a faint footpath that crosses the school compound. Michael, after consulting with some members of the faculty learns that the school had attempted to close the path in the past but was met with strong opposition from the nearby village. The government education officer was scheduled to visit the school and Michael was afraid of giving him a poor impression so Michael blocked the foot path by placing a fence across it and topped it with barbed wire.

No, humanity should in no way avenge the course of Divinity. Using Chinua Achebe and Reuben Onyishi’s novel, below are some of the ways that makes humanity not eligible to avenge Divinity.

In Achebe’s Dead Men’s Path, Michael Obi is portrayed as a promising, handsome and energetic young man. He is tasked with reforming Ndume central school, a place known for its unprogressive or backwards ways. However, Michael observes one evening an old woman walking along a faint footpath that crosses the school compound. Michael, after consulting with some members of the faculty learns that the school had attempted to close the path in the past but was met with strong opposition from the nearby village. The government education officer was scheduled to visit the school and Michael was afraid of giving him a poor impression so Michael blocked the foot path by placing a fence across it and topped it with barbed wire.

 

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