The call for peace is as old as the history of war.
The bigger the threat of war, the louder the call for peace.
There is nothing new under the sky, it is the ongoing same game in new outfits.
Playing this game will not give us peace. Actually the harder we try on each side the more entangled we get into war.
Denying the game will not lead us to peace – it gives room to more war.
Fighting the game will not create peace, only temporary cease-fire.
So what´s left?
Can understanding the game spark mighty prayers that fill us with grace that makes us
conscious of the peace that surpasses our understanding?
Divide et impera!
.” . . and ye shall know the Truth, and the Truth shall set you free!”