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Peacetime for Israel in Current World is Wonderful to Contemplate - However Alternate Reality of Some Leads Many Astray

Reader comment on item: Searching for Peace

Submitted by M Tovey (United States), Sep 6, 2022 at 11:07

The reality of Israel's circumstances is one that is perennially obstructed by conflicting historical perceptions psychologically infused with the hatred of generations of humanity infected by contravening spiritual understandings of life and its travails of billions of mortal travelers not really knowing how to live life without its complications and tragedies; and having to endure the emnities of other travelers who do not understand either.
All mortals are thrown into this extstence with a complex of learning about life the hard way and peace of mind, not being innate, must be learned and worse yet, must be endured in order to appreciate what 'peace of mind' entails. Israel as an entity with a spiritual life detailed in writings known as the Tanakh given by her Eternal Sovereign, has a path to peace for her people, but having strayed in defiance to its precepts, they are still in judgement as is predicted; and that's what PM Omert's book to search for peace might be speaking of: but who is listening?


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