Church: Base for the Grand Warfare

The conclusion of one more of mankind's wars brings hope that it could be the last. And it would be if people could see that there is only one kind of warfare that is fruitful—the warfare with oneself. That is not to say that one is at peace when he is at conflict with himself, but that he gains peace only by conquering a false sense of himself.

One day, perhaps, our children, or their children, will sing "Onward, Christian soldiers, marching as to war" with no military conflict in memory. The only war will be the battle between Truth and error in individual consciousness, and that a constant series of victories for Truth.

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