Somebody is in trouble now! Maybe Ravazhi just doesn’t like it when Kali contradicts his wise old man statements.
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I really, really hate arguments and conflict in my life. However, I think they’re really interesting to write and read. Often when people are angry about something, they’re actually upset about something related to their own lives. Arguments give them an outlet to voice those frustrations, but direct them at an external source. Thus avoiding having to take responsibility for the issue. Sometimes it seems that half the battle of any disagreement is getting down to what we’re ACTUALLY angry about! It’s odd that communication is such a challenging skill to master when it’s so crucial to our long-term well-being! That may be why I’m attracted to stories. Learning how to tell a good story has the same skill set as learning how to communicate with clarity. And stories that speak to us are essentially road maps on how to resolve our own inner conflicts. In a way, connecting to a story works on the same principal as an argument — projecting a problem to another place where it can be addressed. I’ve found Tarot is a useful tool as well, for similar reasons. They both help me look at what’s bothering me in different ways.
How do you examine problems, when you’re having a hard time getting to the root of an issue?