Aware limitations is the key

We humans want to use different language to say the same thing and argue over it.

We humans are biased on self right, want self is right.

We hard wired with remember negative events, negative affects — however the “negative” is subjective or not. Negative opinion on an object ( a thing or a person ) once formed, hard to break; and tend to find evidence to prove or persuade it to ourselves; thus the realization on the misunderstanding or self wrong in the first place or the possibility of change on the object later is completely blind to us.

That is, until one day, you aware or experience these limitations as being a human and start to consider another different possibility.

The possibility that: I might be wrong. We are all the same. We have the power to change and grow. We can truly forgive.

Psalm 4: A David Psalm, read at a difficult time

1 When I call, give me answers. God, take my side!
Once, in a tight place, you gave me room;
Now I’m in trouble again: grace me! hear me!

2 You rabble—how long do I put up with your scorn?
How long will you lust after lies?
How long will you live crazed by illusion?

3 Look at this: look
Who got picked by God!
He listens the split second I call to him.

4-5 Complain if you must, but don’t lash out.
Keep your mouth shut, and let your heart do the talking.
Build your case before God and wait for his verdict.

6-7 Why is everyone hungry for more? “More, more,” they say.
“More, more.”
I have God’s more-than-enough,
More joy in one ordinary day

7-8 Than they get in all their shopping sprees.
At day’s end I’m ready for sound sleep,
For you, God, have put my life back together.