Clenched fist


 

There is a huge difference
If you want to hurt someone
Or you are hurt by mistake
Without the intention to hurt

Then the mistake
Becomes violent
In response…

An escalation founded
On misunderstandings…

How much violence we see in the world
Based on misunderstandings?

DidiArtist, 11.10.2015

 

35 comments on “Clenched fist

    • Dear Abdul,

      I checked your text on Amazon and I agree that one decision can make huge changes in the life of people: For small things we sacrify everything and later repent (if we see our mistakes we commited) that we have left a big shambles. Often this happens as we do not want to see the consequences of our own deeds ahead and if we would be aware of it, we would not allow us to “let the child fall into the well” (when it has fallen there, it is already too late…)

      Thank dear Abul and have a great time
      Didi

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    • Dear Chuck,

      It is up to our mind. Therefore, we have to dive deeply into it in order to understand it. Once we understand it, then we can prevent us from commiting something that is based maybe on ignorance, non-knowledge, that is not aware to us – it is like opening your eyes and suddenly you see traps here and there which you have not seen before, consequences we have to bear when not taking care. Maybe this kind of barrier we have in us that can lead to misunderstandings and misunderstandings to further ripples of a stone thrown into a smooth lake – maybe this is there in us that we have to notice it, to become aware of it, to develop us consciously as for example problems are there to overcome them. They often turn out as a good medicine and makes us even stronger when we have overcome them. It is like learning from mistakes. This progress is surely not possible at the same time for everyone, as each of us has a different background, different education, different culture, way of thinking according to our own experiences. However, it is a way to get to know ourselves: “Man know thyself…”

      So I think there is no defect in us – in the end all is perfect. But is subject to a time-factor, our own development.

      Thank you very much, dear Chuck
      From heart to heart
      Didi

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