What is the Moral Lesson of The Fence by Jose Garcia Villa?
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The moral lesson of the story The Fence by Jose Garcia Villa is the importance of forgetting the past and forgiving others. Forgiveness is a way to the reconciliation of differences. On the other hand, hatred keeps the fire of revenge and angriness live.
The lesson of the story is that our decisions and actions have profound and long-lasting impacts & it is not good to carry ill will when those consequences and impacts are disastrous.
Committing mistakes is an integral part of Human’s life and to forgive these mistakes and errors makes a person a good human and also gives one opportunity to repent his mistake. If we learn to forgive one another it will make our relations strong and also build trust.
Read the summary of The Fence by Jose Garcia Villa here.