One Should Not Destroy One’s Enemies

630.2It’s a sad thing not to have friends, but it is even sadder not to have enemies. (Che Guevara)

“It’s sad not to have friends.” It is sad indeed. It is necessary to have friends because without that it is impossible to move toward the goal. Only to the extent that you get closer to other people can you move toward the goal, because the goal is between everyone, between people, between friends.

“And it’s even sadder not to have enemies.” I would say that if I don’t feel opponents it means the Creator doesn’t push me toward the goal. And that’s why it makes me sad too. There must be opponents, strong and tough. It depends on how capable you are.

Question: And what are you doing with these opponents? How do you defeat them?

Answer: I do not defeat them. I take them into account, and choose my path further. Opponents direct me.

Question: So this is an adjustment that cannot be removed?

Answer: In no way. I am very grateful to them for that.

Question: And if, as it often happens now, one destroys opponents, is this the wrong way?

Answer: This is from internal mediocrity; I cannot say otherwise. Because you have to respect your enemies. Because this is the next line, the left along with the right line. And only the right combination of these two lines can get you to the goal.

Therefore in no case despise; do not destroy; do not take away enemies. Take them into account all the time, no less than you accept the forces that supposedly help you in achieving your goal. Enemies help you in achieving your goal even more, you just don’t see it.
From KabTV’s “News with Dr. Michael Laitman” 10/4/21

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