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The Sword and the Knife

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The Sword and the Knife

“An old knife said to the Sword:

I hurt and unhing the street people, and the blood coming from those wounds it becomes a quarrel, it becomes a quarrel…’

Answered the Sword:

“I may blurt out, but I do these things only in duel, and when the blade the gentleman uses the quarrel is called match of honour!’

The Sword and The Knife

‘An old knife said to the Sword:

I wound and gutted the street people, and the blood towards those wounds becomes a crime, it becomes a fight … ”

He replied the Sword:

‘I also gutted, but I do these things only in a duel, and when the blade to use the Lord lite is called game of honor! ”

The ethics and morals of the sword and the knife

As you can see in this ancient saying there is enclosed a use of the knife even in the past not at all noble but with a use of the knife to make cowardly assaults, secretly, behind, without the slightest warning.

Today it is no different and the blade still remains a very used tool for account regulations.

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