There was a motivational poster my science teacher by the name of Mr. Swart had against one of his that I couldn't understand.
At one point I had enough and asked a friend whether he understood it.
He immediately said yes as if wondering what human could understand such a basic statement.
I then asked if he could amuse me and explain it to me.
He explained, "The quote is in the form of a question asking what if the enemy that must be feared is not any one outside ourselves but ourselves."
"Which literaly means that the enemy that should be battled is with ourselves."
Now I take it that everything external that we all to hurt us is an external version of ourselves we hate.
Hatred is just an error in thought or perception.
Change the perception and you change the outcome.
Negative emotions are also known as resistance, and this blog update I attracted via twitter talks about releasing the resistance.
I pray you find it uplifting and helpful and inspiring and motivational and enriching and awesome and full of love and tenderness.
(c) Musawenkosi Tshoaele