This woman is being carried out of a court room after the judge sentenced her to death by hanging. She was in a fight with her neighbor over who would “inherit” a bench which was left behind by a neighbor who relocated and left the bench behind.
One would be moved by her tears and wished for her to get a second chance but the point here is; WHAT WAS SHE DRIVEN BY AT THE POINT OF COMMITTING THE MURDER? Simple; Anger!
It is a major source of inadequate thinking in the life that we have found ourselves. We must learn a thing or two from this lady. She only discovered the length of her mistake after the whole event had unfolded right in front of her. Was she possessed? Probably by anger but it is a thing that could’ve been controlled. If you discover you have anger issues, seek help. There is always a way to go about almost everything in life. We should not wait until our weakness have gotten the best of us. She was sentenced to death and at that point there is nothing she can do to correct her mistake. A very bitter lesson to learn.
In the court it was discovered that she stabbed her victim right in the chest. Maybe she actually wouldn’t genuinely want to murder a human being, but the intent was actually powerful. I felt bad for her but it is not a particularly good time to lay blames on her, saying things like she should’ve known better. Oh yes she should have known better, but at this point, it is only for others to experience what her experience had led her to, and then learn from it. Safe to say she has used her life to lay a very deep example. You only get one shot at life to make things right, or make them extremely bad.