What is an enemy? How do you know who this so-called enemy will be? Does nature hold the key to answering these questions?
Enemy is defined as a person who is actively opposed or hostile to someone or something; a thing that harms or weakens something else.
I have been brought up to believe that anyone who doesn’t believe like me or those who don’t hold the same ideas as my country, is my enemy. I have even been taught that an entire group of people can be my enemies as well, but is this true?
I believe that nature holds the key to this, animals don’t have titles like friend or enemy, and the only thing they understand is body language and energy. Animals instinctively know when other animals are no threat to them, and which ones are a danger to their survival by how they act and present themselves.
Humans can do this with each other as well, they notice body language and they can feel each others energy, but usually this only happens when they are not too busy focusing on themselves, and are more aware of their surroundings.
I think we have all noticed that certain people give off a specific energy that either attracts us or repels us, energy that mingles with body language. We have all felt the energy and body language of a financially powerful person or a hooker.
Personally, I don’t like titles and labels, so I don’t like the title enemy and friends. Most of us know that people are fluid and a friend can quickly become an enemy, or an enemy a friend.
I challenge you, for one day, to drop these labels and really pay attention to the people you interact with. Really pay attention to those that are no threat to you, and those are a threat by tearing you down or trying to kill you physically, spiritually, and mentally.
You might just be surprised by what you find out.