Problem of peace in modern world OR World belongs to theenergetic

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Ahdi Hassan- 

Thank you for starting such an interesting conversation about why war starts, and what is needed to create permanent peace. With so much fighting and violence in our world today, this is a very important conversation to have! I am interested in hearing your thoughts on civil wars versus wars between separate nations. How do you think the causes compare, and do you think different things are needed to create lasting peace?

Steph A.

we can never achieve real "Peace on Earth". We should learn how to imagine, in as much detail as possible, what would constitute a real "Peace on Earth", and then, since we each would have a different concept of the idea, we should learn how to reconcile all our differences in order to arrive at a unified idea of what "Peace on Earth" should be, because only one version of by all shared reality can manifest at a time, unless each of our versions were truly sustainable--more. So that we do indeed arrive at a reality that would be preferred by all, we have to first see what it actually is that we, collectively, want! Unless we can agree on what it is that we collectively want, we would merely continue to strive for a reality that we would like to experience individually--and this would, of course, result in reconciling of our differences in real life, with all the accompanying suffering that we are familiar with: social and environmental degradation that happens only because we don't agree on what should be the best for all of us. In other words instead of reconciling of our differences harmlessly in models (or by using any other expedient means), we let our differences to reconcile in real life causing real harm and grief.

we can never achieve real "Peace on Earth". We should learn how to imagine, in as much detail as possible, what would constitute a real "Peace on Earth", and then, since we each would have a different concept of the idea, we should learn how to reconcile all our differences in order to arrive at a unified idea of what "Peace on Earth" should be, because only one version of by all shared reality can manifest at a time, unless each of our versions were truly sustainable--more. So that we do indeed arrive at a reality that would be preferred by all, we have to first see what it actually is that we, collectively, want! Unless we can agree on what it is that we collectively want, we would merely continue to strive for a reality that we would like to experience individually--and this would, of course, result in reconciling of our differences in real life, with all the accompanying suffering that we are familiar with: social and environmental degradation that happens only because we don't agree on what should be the best for all of us. In other words instead of reconciling of our differences harmlessly in models (or by using any other expedient means), we let our differences to reconcile in real life causing real harm and grief.