well it is obvious that there is still a fathomless ocean to calm and many paths to travel when neighbors still maintain their struggles with each other.
"fences do not make good neighbors...understanding and trust makes great neighbors."
we are complex creatures...different and the same...that is the beauty of being wrapped in a human shell.
struggle with oneself...understanding and trusting oneself...is logically the letter "a"...the most difficult struggle.
accidents happen more often closer to one's home than farther away since in order to get farther away we always start from home base.
many variables outside of home base complicate the matter...but first one must start with oneself.
sometimes simplicity or a square root clarifies the most complex problems.
vedic priests taught..."the greatest one will ever learn to love and be loved in return."
aye suspect that human's, fragile as we are, get caught up in the distance from ourselves to the creator instead of listening to our own hearts and trusting and understanding ourselves to struggle with respect for our neighbor's beautiful complexities and differences...
islam judaism buddhism christianism are not concrete.
one is not better nor worse than another...they are just different...and mysteriously the same.
it is when human application gets convaluted along the pathway when people struggle with each other.
aye think while some people understand this...they choose to turn away...and get lost in the vast ocean...
personally aye get angry when people get caught up in semantics and spelling and righteousness and selfishness...aye will struggle back...it boils my blood...independents will steer this one...
there are lost souls walking around...and must be given directions.
but many are focusing on their path...and that gives me hope.