Answer: War is the most natural state, up to the complete correction of the world. After all, the world consists of two opposite forces: plus-minus, day-night, etc. By any signs, any quality can always be decomposed into its opposite and into antagonistic relations between them.
Comment: Enlightenment philosophers Thomas Hobbes and Jean-Jacques Rousseau looked at humanity differently. Thomas Hobbes said that war is a human condition, a person is born in it. And Jean-Jacques Rousseau believed that this is just a derivative of circumstances and environment, but in itself a person is good.
My Response: The whole of nature consists of two opposing forces that are in a certain state of relative equilibrium with each other. This balance is constantly being disturbed and partially restored again. This is called life.
For millions of years, negative and positive forces alternately dominated each other until they came into balance and the planet Earth was formed.
It turns out that war is an absolutely natural state and peace is unnatural. There is no peace in the world. It can be only if we achieve it on the right balance between two opposing forces.
From KabTV’s “Spiritual States” 3/1/22