When the war in an unknown reality
Today there is a tag that runs on the Twittersphere. This tag is about war. It may be related to tension in the eastern countries, but in general, war has not the same meaning in different parts of the world. Let’s think about this. When we talk about wars, the great world wars are often the one we think about. In 2020, it will be 75 years since the last one. But is it just about this? Wikipedia has a large collection of pages about this topic but something that catches my attention is the categories of conflict. From major wars to skirmishes, we can, at our own scale, dig down more and bring it to our nearest understanding as we all live conflicts on a daily basis. But what makes a conflict turn into a war? There are many reasons for this morph. The main ones are related threats to our motivational foundations. The deeper the menace, the more intense the reaction. But what if both protagonists consider themselves threatened by their opponent? Now you start to get it. At this point, an external viewer would see a confused conflict that gives the impression of an unsolvable dispute.
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Last Updated on November 15, 2019 by Coach Danny