Peace. The illusive phenomenon
Harmony and conflict have existed side by side throughout the entire history of man. As we witness the rage and destruction from our overstuffed sofas and rolling business chairs, we click our tongues, and some absorb the agony. People cry about the brutality of man and the injustice of life. As a metaphysician, I believe most in equilibrium. I feel it is the prime motivating factor in all earthly occurrences. Human events mimic geologic events, and both the earth and mankind have violent eruptions. Pressures build and find release. They are unpreventable. Those who wish to avoid them, act accordingly as much as possible.When one suffers, we all suffer somewhere in the consciousness. But all events are related and combine to create destiny. If outbreaks of war ultimately lead to peace and a future better than we imagined, we would be remiss in stopping that, even if we could. We can help the wounded, speak out against the inhumanity, and most of all, engage in peaceful conflict resolution in our own lives. The duality is a fact of life, and the opposite is always on its way.