Monday, May 2, 2011

Peace is in the house of the enemy where one has been forbidden to go.

17 comments:

  1. If I'm interpreting this correctly, then I absolutely love this. <3

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  2. Love love love this one Marty!

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  3. That is so true, if you take your distance of your enemies is better, you
    life in peace when you do not go close to them, really wise words, a great aphorism. A hug. Mario.

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  4. We cannot find peace without until we seek and find it within. The real enemy of peace dwells within us all. It's called egocentricity. To experience peace we have to surrender ego.

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  5. i believe what you said has great amount of truth. unfortunately, nature has its' own law. people will fight, as well as love.

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  6. I always thought the room in which we are not permitted to go causes conflict and war.

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  7. I have nothing to say except :)

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  8. ...as Bin Laden thought so...

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  9. I would like to interpret it in our (eastern) favor. The west considers the east as their enemy but this is the part of the world from where the peace started to spread.

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  10. There is no peace without justice and no love without peace, which leads me to think that justice and love are intrinsically connected and peace is the common denominator.

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  11. Great message hidden in here, Marty

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  12. for sure this something to dwell upon...

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  13. Very deep and meaningful....Thanks Marty.

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  14. Hmmm, I have to think a bit about this one.

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  15. If I could, I would totally rec this. Since I can't, I plugged it on my blog. This is really wonderful, Marty!

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