Difference in conflict
Conflict is a state of mind or an experience in which a person encounters a clash of opposing feelings or needs. These experiences in our lives help us to develop and better ourselves. We can learn from past disputes and troubles and if we allow ourselves to listen and take on what these experiences are teaching us, conflict can be a very positive growth tool.
All through history we see examples of extreme cases of learning from mistakes and growing throughout the duration of a major conflict. For instance, Adam and Eve. They where faced with the devil and Eve fell into the trap. This, not only was beneficial for the couple, but also for generations to come. We today as modern civilians are still learning about the first conflict known to Christianity, it teaches us to not fall for temptation and it gives us a strong wrong-from-right understanding. With conflict being a major reflection of our history, we can use it as a foundation to learn and gather helpful information; we can look at prior feuds through different angles and perspectives. We can see through study that “Iron sharpens iron” (Proverbs 27:17) and that through conflict both people rub together and if they handle it properly they can leave the situation both sharper and more mature.
There are countless amounts of conflict in the world. Everyday is made up, back-to-back with it. You battle conflict getting up for school, trying to refrain from getting up as long as you possibly can. Choosing which cereal to eat for breakfast. These are extremely mild cases but “Conflict is not just a part of life, it is life” (unknown author). You cannot avoid it, it’s an extremely valuable component to our lives, and without it we lose our ability to learn new things. See different views, develop new ideas and be able to control yourself in all different situations. Once people understand that conflict is an inevitable part of life, we can cease the opportunity and take a lot out of...
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