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To forgive an injury is often considered to be a sign of weakness; it is really a sign of strength. It is easy to allow oneself to be carried away by resentment and hate into an act of vengeance; but it takes a strong character to restrain those natural passions. The man who forgives an injury proves himself to be the superior of the man who wronged himself and puts the wrong-doer to shame.

The passage best supports' the statement that:

A. the sufferer alone knows the intensity of his sufferings.

B. people tend to forgive the things happened in the past.

C. natural passions are difficult to suppress.

D. mercy is the noblest form of revenge.

E. a person with calm and composed nature has depth of thought and vision.

Answer: Option D

Solution(By Examveda Team)

mercy is the noblest form of revenge.

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