There is No War

When we try to end war, we go to war with war.

When we try to force peace, we create conflict with conflict.

When we get angry at the time we’ve “lost,” we lose more time.

In the end, there is nothing we can do, except realize that there is nothing WE can do.

There is no “me,” and there is no “you.” There is only One. And from this surrender, all things turn out fine.

 

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