War is evil War is the devil War is between politicians War is about religions War is destruction War is not construction War is depression War is an obsession War is fighting War is killing War is sorrow War is no tomorrow War is explosions War is confusions War is blood War brings tears like a flood War makes you cry War makes you die War is death all around War makes you die on your own ground War is fire War is not to admire! War is creed War is between your own breed War is cruel War cost a lot of fuel War is amputations War is mutilations War last forever I wonder if it ends in Heaven War is only release For those who are killed It means ‘PEACE’
Thinking of my dear relatives who got caught in the current civil war in Ukraine: some of them forced to leave their houses and all their belongings to move to a safer part of the country, others – stuck in the war zone, hiding in rural areas as all towns and cities are being shelled and bombed with lots of peaceful civilians (including women and children) killed or mutilated. A beautiful peaceful coal-mining town that was full of smiles and laughter when I was spending my summer holidays there as a child is now in the middle of the war zone full of grief, pain and tears. Still struggling to believe that… 😦
When will those who are still living get some peace? 😦
My blog posts have been very positive and sweet lately, but there is a different side to my blog – stories from hell, real hell on Earth. I posted them for a number of reasons. Firstly, I believe that it is important to remember such stories and learn from them. Stories from hell bring wisdom. Secondly, I believe that only the spotlight of our attention can counteract the dark forces of hell. Don’t turn away – only our attention can stop that pain, only our attention can overcome that darkness. Thirdly, once we get to know real hell, we learn to appreciate all the blessings in our lives – and we do have plenty of those.