I would like to continue explaining about love, hatred and darkness because I was inspired by one of the TEDxBangkok speakers. He traveled around the world, and become interested in politics and philosophy. He posted the question to us very well.

What is morality?

This question is trivial for most of us. I know that actually it is difficult to answer. The truth of one is not the truth of another. We cling to our own truth, and they also cling to their own truth. Look at the battlefield. Not all of soldiers who hates their enemies. World War I is the great example. English and Germany were friend and played football together when the war had the break time. That is because

the warrior fight not because he wants to kill enemies

but he wants to protect families.

Do you see my point? There is no need for war. Like I said yesterday, the haters are just the cowards who cannot get out of their comfort zone and understand people’s heart. Generals, politician and warriors claims that they are brave but inside their hearts, they are just the empty room with the “dim light”

That is why I say “Love is light. Hatred is the dim light.” Hater is the lover who is still “fear” to talk with people whom he hates. That fear is the darkness. It is fear that still protects the ego. Thus, you may come up with this lesson..

There is no love without courage.

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Written by Jade the Mystic

The psychology and mindfulness writer helping you leverage your mind, understand life, reduce stress, relax and learn to heal your body and soul with meditation through life quotes, articles, books, speeches and advises.

5 comments

  1. Yeah!!! Amen to that! That was great, Jade! Very powerful! I love that part: “That is because the warrior fight not because he wants to kill enemies but he wants to protect families.” No one wants to kill. People do it in order to survive. As soon as there is no one that spreads not existing fear, war will cease.

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