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  1. Remorse is a product of parenting. Society, parents, and our environment. It just so happens that when we are born, we do not know “what is good and what is bad” (although there are exceptions), and the moral attitudes that we hear from everywhere “eat” into the subcortex of our brain. We don't even know why we do it this way and not another way, we are programmed, and not everyone can go against the program. But we are now talking about a “normal” society, when the ideals have Christian overtones.

    More often, murderers, maniacs, and psychopaths are raised in families with psychological problems, where they do not absorb “attitudes” or perceive other forms of behavior. Such “people” are not gnawed by conscience and they are not subject to the “agony of remorse”.�

    Repentance is a very important thing, in Christianity it cleanses you of your sins, in Rowling's world it is able to reconnect the soul broken into 7 parts. We live in a society and adapt to it, and without such useful “pieces”, it will fall apart very quickly.

  2. A healthy and intelligent person usually tries to refrain from causing harm to anyone, tries to reduce the possible harm from their actions. But this is not always possible, because the person does not know everything, does not control everything, does not notice everything. Therefore, sometimes a person can cause harm intentionally or unintentionally. When a person has realized the harmful consequences of his act, regret may arise in his mind about this act, he may think: “it's bad that someone else is suffering because of me, “” I wish I hadn't done this,” and “I need to somehow reduce, compensate for the harm from this act.” This is remorse. Religious and social rules are not a necessary condition for repentance. A necessary condition is the ability of a person to feel someone else's suffering, someone else's dissatisfaction on himself.

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