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Hatred is a heavy burden

There is an ancient Arabian proverb that suggests that “the enemy of my enemy is my friend.” If that is true, would not it follow that the enemy that is the enemy of my enemy is also my enemy? Friedrich Nietzsche wrote, “The best weapon against an enemy is another enemy.” It seems like we have lots of enemies in our country today. It is hard to keep score. Most of us are just looking for a bit of peace and quiet while we suffer through this thing called COVID-19. What if ? What if the enemy of my enemy is my friend?

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