External war and internal war


Shortly after World War II ended with the tragic nuclear explosions over Hiroshima and Nagasaki, the world as we know it died. Now a new one is born. Labor pains can be very painful or not very painful, and we as humans can determine how we experience them. These two options are called "the path of goodness" and "the path of suffering" .

With the help of technology, mankind has invented the nuclear bomb, and if the total destruction that it can bring to the world is still not obvious, people can wait for the third world war . The bombs will do their job, and the survivors of the devastation will have no choice but to take on a very specific job: both individuals and nations do not work for themselves more than is necessary for their existence, and they will do everything else for the benefit of others.

The fighting in Ukraine is not a war between Russia and Ukraine, but a clash between two halves of the world. It changes international relations and alliances between East and West, between countries and peoples. This war is changing our view of life. Now people are descending to the very bottom, but when they rise to the surface, they will find that the world has changed dramatically. It will never be the world we lived in before.

Because today everything is global, wars are also global. Therefore, the most pessimistic forecasts seem quite real. The only way to prevent a world nuclear war is to think about the good of others and not about our own, no matter how much we like this idea.

Indeed, the war outside is a reflection of the war within us. Every war, from internal disputes to world wars, is a clash of egos. The ego wants control and dominance.


The book Adjust and Be Happy: The Impact of Social Conformity cites research by Solnick and Hemingway. More than half of its participants chose to live in a society where they earn $50,000 a year while others earn $25,000 rather than a society where they earn $100,000 and others earn $200,000. social psychology of Tilburg University (Netherlands) Olga Stavrova concluded: “People do not so much want to have a lot of a certain good, but they want to have more of this good than others.”

No matter how painful the current situation in Ukraine may be, and it is indeed very tragic, it is still a clash of egoisms. We need to understand that in order to resolve this and any other crisis, for that matter, we must look at ourselves from the outside and for a moment disconnect from our great personal pain, our sympathy.

If we only focus on being right, we will never end the war. No one will ever agree and say, "I'm wrong and you're right." Our ego won't let us do it. This is why the search for objective justice is inherently hopeless; it is choosing the path of suffering.

However, if we put aside our grievances for a moment and agree to take a break from trying to settle old scores, we can begin to build a positive future. In this state, we can focus on cultivating mutual respect and perhaps even understanding above the many deep disagreements. If we persist in these efforts, this will be the beginning of the path of light.

For now, don't expect more. But in the end, humanity will have no choice but to agree that the best path for all of us is the path of mutual care and mutual responsibility. If we do not want a third world war, then we must learn to take care of each other. That is why the real war is within us. And the war outside is only a reflection of the internal furious hatred outside.

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