All slaves to slaves. Twenty thousand slaves, each a slave to another slave and all these slaves are quarreling with each other. That is war.
To decide you require options, and each option has its own merit and demerit, right? That is war.
Those who have ever known spontaneity will know what it means to be warless, what it means to be peaceful.
When you are internally at war, then you will be very easily able to find a lot of enemies outside.
Had you ever know ‘Love,’ you could not have been internally at war. ‘Love’ is such a great victory, it admits no war. The victory is absolute, now who is there to fight with. There is not even a loser left, who do you fight against? Only in ‘Love’ do you know peace and it is another matter that in ‘Love,’ your life appears very, very turbulent. At the center of that turbulence lies great peace.
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