I punish her for the crimes she commited long ago.
I spare her and give her a second chance.
I accept his terms.
I implore the judges to reconsider her sentence--a process that may take months.
I offer to take her place as a surety.
I remain true to my oath.
I drink in order to make peace with the tribe.
I refuse and hold to my personal vow.
I avenge myself despite his current state.
I let him live as he is no longer a threat.
I meekly perform the penance.
I avoid the penance and pray for forgiveness and understanding despite it.
I take possession of his home--the collateral of the loan.
I grant him the extension.
I lend her money with little hope of repayment.
I let her suffer the term bestowed.
I would steal to uphold the cause, and be justified to do so.
I would rather see the cause fail than dishonor it with theft.
I risk his wrath to woo his beautiful daughter.
I pass on the opportunity.
I give him another chance.
I dismiss him for his incompetence.
I grind up the seeds to make a meal for my hungry children.
I plant the seeds to take a greater yield in the spring.
I will lighten his sentence because of the circumstances.
I take no pity on his sentencing and judge according to law.
I remain wary of my enemies and scrutinize them for any sign of treachery.
I make a concerted effort to obey my orders and forgive.
I keep the gifts.
I give them away to those who will use them more wisely.
I splurge and spend to my very limit.
I hold back and spend the barest minimum.