Tuesday, October 15, 2013
“One dead, twelve wounded,” Barak told Devorah as the soldiers returned. “A good night’s work!”
“Indeed, Barak,” Devorah replied. “Would that we didn’t have to suffer even one wounded, and so for the Canaanites. That would be true were we able to turn from the appearance of duality, of good and evil, and perceive the one consciousness behind all forms.” Barak frowned. “This does not mean a denial of the objective world, Barak, but a recognition that there is a transcendent cause in and through it. One creative cause for both Hebrew and Canaanite, democrat and republican…. And we war but against ourselves, something our loving father would not have us do.” HQPubs.com.