Violence breeds what it is Sora... there is enough of that!<quoted text>
Bonsoir Madame, thank you again and I am pleased that you understand what I am trying to convey, our lives should be lived to serve others I think. Like Gandhi for example, whom is one of my role models, nonviolence is the best way to operate in life I think.
It is the non-violence that is what I like about Jesus teachings, but alas, have also learned as a pw what it means to turn the other cheek. Some think that is the passive way... I say it is progressive.
Yet either way, many - including Gandhi and Jesus - met their death that way. But that which those who went before brought to this earth was more than many have left for others to follow. Each with a message of Love for one's neighbor. More good things have come out of than bad, despite many many lives lost in their cause.
I believe more have been lost over time when religious clashes come between man and state, rather than between man and God. But again... when even there is no creed to battle there has always been tribal.
And yet... some of my own memorable times with any soul, has been when pure and simple respect became a dignity to outclass any class factors. And spirit to spirit, one can communicate within peace, accomplishing more in a shorter space of time than all the rhetoric of royalty.
This is another thing I enjoy about Jesus's Way. Whatever he said was worth every word, and none of his breath was wasted. One only has to be in the right frame of mind, and most of all words are understood. And if not... no harm is done in asking questions.