In other words: “loving your enemy as yourself” doesn’t necessarily mean accepting evil; but understanding it’s the other side of the duality that lives in all of us. It’s a war and you have to choose a side, but you do it with discrimination within the choices you make . . .”
Well said! I’d like to mentally bookmark this passage, and hope you will return to this theme in our COHO discussion with Kristina Dryža next week. Her upcoming MythBlast focuses on compassion, which is extremely relevant at the moment – perhaps even more so as Kristina currently resides just a few miles from the Russian border in Lithuania, which, as President Zelensky noted in the link you shared, is also in Putin’s crosshairs.