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Discussion in 'Miscellaneous' started by IamFree, Sep 8, 2017.
Do murderers feel bad about what they have done
Some yes, some no.
I suspect most do. Most murders are not the meticulously planned affairs you see on TV. Much of the time it's just drunk angry idiots behind the bar or outraged spouses whose emotions clouded their judgment.
interesting . I have been daring myself recently to try and understand the man who murdered my mother . tricky though as they never proved who didi it.
The thing is he has become a part of me i become his victim just as much as mother and I want to let go
My father never felt bad about the children he murdered. He was a serial killer. He had his reasons.
I have been going through this same discussion with my kids recently. They want to understand how it can be easier to be good and right with God than bad and against God. I explain to them that, even if a baddie is never caught, the bad thing they have done is its own punishment because it separates that person from others and from God. This is how pedophiles and serial rapists and child molesters and murders can come to the end of their lives and still be successful and content and prosperous. Even if they don't seem to feel bad, it still carries a social consequence. They still have that invisible barrier stopping them from truly connecting with others and with God. That's my take on it. I was severely abused as a child, and none of those f*ckers has ever been punished. I firmly believe God is ultimately good and that all is right with the universe. God doesn't make mistakes, not even when evil people do f*cked up things. The evil they do is its own curse, and being right with God and the rest of humanity and the world is its own reward.
Having met several... one, no (he killed the man that molested his daughter); the rest, yes (3, total).