posted on Jun, 2 2009 @ 03:26 PM
We are all slaves to the military industrial complex, in a nut shell war is good for business and profit.
on a personal level We fight just to fight, regardless if there is a reward. This weakens us for we can't fight all battles that comes our way and
expect to win the battles that are important.
There once was a bipolar king, he would have violent outbursts that resulted in death and maiming of people around him. One day during one of these
outbursts he he heard a teenager playing a harp and this harp soothed his rage. The king moved this teen into his palace.
One day this teen went back home and his parents asked him to deliver some food to his brothers who were involved in a battle nearby, the teen agreed
to do this task even though he lived in the palace of the king.
When he arrived on the battlefield his oldest brother made fun of him, but he did not defend himself. The teen talked to another soldier and this
soldier told him the opposing army had a giant with him and his king offered a reward to any soldier that could defeat him. The teen asked what the
reward was, and the soldier told him the victor would be able to marry one of the kings daughters and be rewarded with riches.
Soon the soldier told the king that the teen wanted to fight this giant, but the king told him he was too young. The teen did not fight with the
soldier for talking behind his back and he did not argue with the king.
The teen raced onto the field of battle waving his sling over his head heading toward this giant, the giant lifted his visor on his helmet to get a
better look at this boy running at him, at that moment the boy let loose the sling and the rock hit the giant on the forehead knocking the giant
unconscious. The teen took the giants sword and cut off the giants head.
He won his battle and took his reward.
Peace can be had by us all, pick your battles wisely because if David would have fought the other battles he would not have won the one that mattered
or the one with the reward.
Peace starts with each and everyone of us, in our hearts and our minds.
David vs. Goliath.