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  • All of our anger, resentment, and con flict come from our anguish and ignorance over needing to reclaim the love, security, and freedom that we know is our birthright.

    God is Not a Christian, Nor a Jew, Muslim, Hindu …

  • Theyhad tales to give in exchange, nothing of interhuman con-flict -- they seemed puzzled and troubled by that idea-but lusty enough, happenings of sea and forest and mountain.

    do you ever read writing?

  • Add to that decades of se vere drought that drove nomads south onto their neighbors 'land, as well as meddling by Libya, America and Chad — which militarized Darfur tribes as Cold War proxies — and by the mid-'80s, the region had ex ploded in civil war, which spi raled into an international con flict with escalating atrocities.

    Explaining Darfur

  • The former prefect of Bajor, the man who had killed millions of Bajorans during the Occu-pation, the filth who had taken Kira's mother from her family, and the man responsible for the Dominion/Cardassian alliance that led to years of bloody con-flict.

    Demons Of Air And Darkness

  • She was torn by the con - flict within herself, a war between choices that refused to be characterized as simply right or wrong.

    The Elf Queen of Shannara

  • Improper orientation seemed to af-flict the street too, though the longer he stared at it the more it seemed to right itself.

    Nor Crystal Tears

  • They had seen the signs of con - flict-and heard them-in the forest.

    The Bane of the Black Sword

  • And only his strange, crimson eyes reflected the misery and con - flict within him.

    The Weird of the White Wolf

  • This world con - flict, though immemorial, was regarded by Zarathustra as destined to end in the final overthrow and fiery destruction of Ahriman's entire evil creation.

    PROBLEM OF EVIL

  • In writings of considerable importance in the seventeenth century, the main con - flict between France and the Habsburgs had still been the main theme, and what was envisaged was, even at that stage in the story, something analogous to a pair of scales.

    BALANCE OF POWER

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