A lion in the jungle must have conflict everyday in order to have peace. A hungry lion will hunt its prey in order to satisfy a burning desire of peace being physically full and at rest. The true human nature and spiritual desire is for peace. Having more money brings peace, living a healthier lifestyle brings peace, doing good and being a person of integrity on your job or in your business brings peace.
Personally, I don’t like conflict because in my my eyes I see conflict as a divide rather than a multiplier. I continue to work hard at looking at conflict as a bridge to peace. It really is a bridge to peace, being married for over 18 years and having five children, there is at some point always going to be conflict. Some call it disfunction, some call it trials and tribulations. Whatever phrase you put on conflict, know this that it is a clear sign you seek peace.
My health was off for sometime and it created conflict within myself and within my relationships, but until I confronted the one (myself) in love and forgiveness and let myself know I was the one at fault for my current condition then I could have peace and move on.
Attack your conflict with a healthy heart and outlook , if there is someone to talk with alone , “do it” if there is someone that has mistreated you or made you feel less than a person, “go tell them.” Doing this may not bring peace to the relationship, but it will bring pace within yourself. I guarantee it!
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