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I concur--holding a grudge is self-defeating, even self-destructive.
However, forgiveness is anticlimactic, and can prove a source of despondency sometime well after the offense. Thus, I opine exacting vengeance is not only necessary for the health of one's psyche, but is pragmatic and can be quite enjoyable.
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