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Re(1): John F Kennedy Deep Thought (Lanugage Arts 3A) Mr. Ho (Period 6)

I think that the quote, "That which doesn't kill us, only makes us stronger," means that if you can rise above adversity and overcome a challenge, chances are you will be a better, stronger person for it. For example, the cruel actions in the crucible were somewhat justifiable in the name of rightness, so the reputations and names of the characters, and the town of Salem were not looked down uponn. The cruelness is doing something very bad to anothers or oneself, and that would be looked down upon, just as lying. Through Miller's play, The Crucible he shows cruelness through the characters, and characters that represent the town like Susannah Martin. I believe it because it does make us stronger and we learn by the loses and mistakes in our lives. If you don't grieve for the loses in your life it's because you haven't gotten over the anger of the loss yet.

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