Royal Dance for ending the war
of empire versus civilization
The exploration in this room of the gallery of the invisible shapes that shape us in the landscape of love is centered on a potential nuclear holocaust that is narrowly avoided by everyone letting their light shine in a process that continues all the way through..
The sequence of the vistas begins with those small love-games that we play, which tend to be rather inconsequential in the world at large, but which matter to us individually. Nevertheless we don't live isolated from the world, and as the circles of our love expand our love becomes modulated by the larger ripples that flow in the world that we must interact with. And there times, suddenly, when one's love is put to the test as the fate of all mankind might depend on its strength. Will the resulting imperative supersede the imperatives of our small personal strands of love? Sometimes a person has the option to choose, but often there is never a real choice involved when the scene becomes wide and the consequences global.
Also there are times when the critical choices are made by others for us, when great evils must be stopped and one is demanded to do this without fail or else it won't be stopped at all and the price is paid by millions and by future generations.
This is not a hypothetical issue. In most cases in history the
great opportunities were sadly left unrealized and the evils that should have
ended right then, were allowed to continue so that in their wake entire
nations, even continents were wasted. It takes a great love if one is to reach into
the future. However, a still greater love is needed when the future is a long way
off and the opposition against such love is unfolding strongly with death-threats
happening in the background determined to break that love?
In the end, though, step by step the world becomes a brighter place. The vistas of love become a rare light and with that light civilization becomes somewhat richer even if the ultimate victory remains still a long way off.
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Thank you for visiting - Rolf Witzsche
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