Conflict – to be matured, not resolved

We must be clear that conflict is not bad — conflict is actually the friction through which our perspectives mature.

It is through conflict that we can mature our own perspective, and hopefully, discover its counterbalancing perspective in the world around us.

By maturing our own perspective, and simultaneously discovering the counterbalancing perspective, we envision both simultaneously.

By envisioning our mature perspective, and its counterbalanced perspective, simultaneously, we transcend the nature of conflict itself.

And that transcendence fulfills our purpose in the universe, at least for that single moment — a moment from which a brand new perspective once again emerges.

Ranjeeth Thunga