Of course, I agree Mouse. Our personal actions and interactions are ALL we have. I also truly believe that any external non-peace is reflective of internal Non-peace. But I'm a sucker for the mental exercise. I enjoy it. And Kimbo's conversations are exercising to say the least. I like to be challenged, because that is how I learn and grow. There is truth to each of two or more conflicting views. No one view is ever entirely wrong nor entirely right. Patterns in nature are very instructive. And I have found in the past, that people have said things to me that I am instantly dismissive of, aggressively dismissive of even. And later upon reflection I have found profound truth about myself inside them. I trust that as I become more experienced I have less and less of these reactions. I haven't found a great or even a small negative internal reaction to anything you or Kimbo have said, I find great truths in both. So how is it that they appear to be conflicting views? Or perhaps am I just displaying cognitive dissonance. So now I feel like I've said enough on this one Be excellent to each other and Rock On!