If I could have done it over again I would do many things differently.
Benjamin introduces the idea of changing the way he would've done things.
What are you saying?
What I'm saying is that my actions on Animal Farm were not acceptable.
Benjamin realizes that what he did was wrong
We both decided to conform with what Napoleon was telling us.
You're right Benjamin you should've realized that before I mean I also was being a bystander.
Next time I'm going to stand up for the animals because like the 7th commandment originally said " all animals are equal" (Orwell 25).
They both come to a conclusion
I love the idea, Benjamin and I'm glad you came to me. I truly appreciate you helping me realize that what I've been doing this whole time was not right.
Benjamin isn't denying that he wasn't being a bystander and admits it to Boxer.
Benjamin knows that him and all the other animals were being thought of as ignorant and being used, but they didn't do anything about it. Boxer as well knew what was going on but he tried to regulate the problem by working harder and his solution didn't work.
They both realize that the only thing that Napoleon was doing was manipulating them. They decide to stand up for the animals and do what's right. They heard about what happened on the farm next door and heard how their dictator Stalin took over and didn't like the idea of it.