I was gonna keep writing, but I want that to sink in first....
You can't have Peace without Health.
You can't have Health without Peace.
War (the lack of Peace) is therefore connected to Disease (lack of Health). Maybe not in the same intimate relationship, but pretty close.
We're talking big-scale here, not just internally or in our immediate community. This is the kind of stuff we see on the news.... War-torn countries with people dying daily, not only from gunfire, but also from the spread of illness, lack of food and water, and the inability to get the help they need.
Bringing medicine to those in need may not be the answer to the war, but it will certainly give the innocent civilians a chance to survive....
But what about when the war is over? Will the traumas of the recent past haunt their memories and prevent them from being able to compromise or work together with their former enemies? How can we bring Peace to the people who hate us?
There's a lot to think about here, both from the global view as well as the personal view. Are you at peace when you are sick? Not me. When you are at peace, do you feel healthy and strong? Almost always!
That's enough from me. What are your thoughts on this?