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It’s the harshest and ugliest word I’ve ever known
It is not only a word… it is the devil’s machine that he has used perfectly throughout the ages to harvest the lives of millions throughout history…
And I wish it was enough to shed blood and enough!
Rather, this death is preceded by something that is more painful and more painful than death itself.
Fear… dread…panic… the inability to protect you and your loved ones.
Or even reassure them that there is a way out and hope for survival… and those things will be fine and return to normal.
War kills our souls before our bodies from its fear and horror…
What is the worst of this word?
And what is the ugliest thing it leaves in our souls whenever we read about it in history… or see its results in our present…
Or imagine what it could do to us in the future.
We may not be able to stop all the wars around us, but we can fight the ideas that cause extremism, conflict, and wars.
Blessed are the peacemakers… At a time when the devil is fighting with all his might to reap lives and end human life…
We need to resist, with God’s help, to make peace and spread the spirit of life and hope.
And we know people on the rails and the road…
Even if the wars did not stop, there is the hope of eternal perdition.
” Also, seek the peace and prosperity of the city to which I have carried you into exile. Pray to the Lord for it, because if it prospers, you too will prosper.” (Jeremiah 29:7).