In a climate charged with the tension of opposing points of view, it’s easy to get triggered and act out of frustration, blame and fear.
Our stories drive us to name the enemy, and fire shots across the bow in a war that isn’t real.
How do we take responsibility for our fear?
How can I turn with love toward the one who feels threatened, and find the courage to meet life with a curious heart?
Good to ponder:
“My contemplation of life and human nature in that secluded place (prison) had taught me that he who cannot change the very fabric of his thought will never be able to change reality, and will never, therefore, make any progress.” ~ Anwar Sadat