Let The Conflicts Die!


Man only kills others and himself in wars. The conflicts live on to be fought another day and another. So why are we in such a rush to die? Unresolved abandonment issues? Are we learning something in this process? Killing each other and producing more guns and others weapons of mass destruction with laws allowing us to kill more is the problem. This is not the solution!

Remember these words and ask yourself if we have learned our lesson? History said, no!
Right now visitors to this blog are from over 185 countries and I know we all do not share the same belief systems, but everyone can relate to this point:

Jesus said, “Father forgive them, for they do not know what they are doing.”
(Luke 23:34)

Over two-thousand years later and we still do not know what we are doing…Jesus did not die, he was murdered! To read…Let The Conflicts Die!

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5 Replies to “Let The Conflicts Die!”

  1. I could not agree with you more!!! The reasons we do not compromise are for a number of reasons.

    1. We do not know how, because we never learned how to resolve conflicts
    2. Our own unresolved abandonment experiences are so great that we operate on our needs only
    3. We do not feel we have the capacity to forgive others for their actions or behaviors toward others and ourselves
    4. We do not care to, because we are right in our belief system
    5. We are selfish with our position and lack the ability to care for others
    6. We fail to see or care about long-term results of our actions or behavior
    7. We have developed pathology that supports our way of thinking and behavior based on our religious or cultural belief systems

    All of these are the outcome of not knowing and caring about the results, and reactions to abandonment issues left resolved and untreated. This is why we are killing each others and ourselves! 

  2. I don’t think that war solves anything. Compromise does. War only makes the stubborn willing to compromise at the cost of many brave men.

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