For generations, we’ve aspired to an ideal of “world peace,” yet nobody really knows what that actually means. The truth is, we don’t know what peace is. We don’t know what it would take to have or maintain it, and we most certainly aren’t willing to do what’s necessary to make it ever come close to being a reality.
To come together in any sort of peace, unity, cooperation, and planetary harmony, humanity needs a solidifying, stabilizing, magnetizing purpose that allows us to channel our need for struggle, challenge, and contrast—one that impels us toward greater ideals than infighting, warring over imaginary lines in the dirt and resources, and bickering over dogma and spiritual ignorance.
So long as they can keep us scattered, infighting, and polarized, our dreams of the peaceful planet and the greater harmony that is our natural state, will remain just out of reach.
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