Our world is conflicted. Human society has always been conflicted. Go back in history, to any human society, you will not look far to come to find the conflict which existed daily in their lives. Conflict and humanity, quite simply, seem integrated. Where you find one, the other is there. Conflict appears to have followed man through corridors of time, forever bringing suffering to life and casting a dark shadow over relationship. Why? Is conflict integral to our existence? There are external reasons for conflict in life, and every one, begins from a division. Divided nations, divided ideologies, divided religions, divided wealth, divided social class, divided politics, in every field of humanity's daily endeavours, we find divisions. Divisions are the required precursor to every conflict we experience. It is impossible for one, to conflict. At least two is needed, and two, is a division. Why have we always lived this way? When we live in conflict, as we do, at every level of our being, as we do, then our 'order' in our society becomes a complete and total disorder, which it is this day. Our order becomes dependent on a battle between opposing forces for control, and the dominators of this now aggressive approach to life, dictate the world they wish to see, often at the expense of others, who of course, like all of us, wish to live life in relative freedom, without the aggressive imposition of another mans ideas. Can we ever end conflict? Can you even imagine a world without conflict? No dictators. No need for thousands of atomic bombs pointed at every newborn child's head. No need for pointless class base divisions long standing in society. Ultimately, the root of all of our conflicts is between one man and another, each seeking continuity and security living within traditionally educated continuing principles. These principles differ, depending on geographical and familial, religious and ideological positions each child is born into. And these form the basis of our thinking minds, each of us values our own traditions, our own sense of heritage, our past. We look at life through the past, which is memory, which is the movement of thinking. Can we ever end this conflict within us, and so without us? Where would one begin, to ask such a question? Surely, if one is serious in ending conflict, then attacking the outer manifestations of this ubiquitous seemingly never ending sorrow bringing problem for humanity, has little value. The outer manifestations of conflict which erupt daily in our lives through the activities of humanity, which are your activities cannot be ended without coming to the very root beginning, to the source, from which all conflict erupts in our lives and destroys all sense of love, relationship, compassion, and fair living between us all. As the source of all our actions is our thinking, and as all our actions are what come to conflict between each other, then the source of all of our conflicts must inevitably be come to be seen as the movement of our thinking. There is very good reason for why this happens. All thinking is movement within human memory. We all approach life thorugh our thinking. And memory, is always limited to the experiences I have already passed through in life. As I order my world in thought, as you order your world in thought, we therefore carry completely different views, considerations, desires, fears, concerns. As these approaches to life conceptually now differ, we come to conflict. Our very search for security, becomes a conflict. One nations security becomes a threat to another's continuity. This is our present world situation, and this is the entire bloodied and sorrow filled history of mankind. Conflicts lead us into battles. Today, we have evolved into the most absurd of societal positions, we actually allow corporations to profit from war. This is how we have solved the problem of war it seems, we have integrated it as inevitable in our societal considerations. Why have we never studied conflict? Does the studying of such a disorder not offer the only potential to come to understand why we are so bedevilled by it in our lives? And does the understanding of why we live this way, individually, inner conflicted between thinker and thoughts, externally, between rich oligarch and royalty, and the common man. Between every nation, every traditional religion and every political ideology. Conflict may be understood. The root of it all, is within our thinking. Of course, for our thinking, is the ground of every human divisive action. Thought is the past. When we look at life through thought, we are colouring what we see. And it is this colouring which divides us, and in our divisons, we war. If we can understand this issue of such importance to our race, we may begin to lessen the reigns of eternal divisive conflict over our life. Understanding conflict is the only possibility to bring peace into our lives. And so the only possibility for peace, to enter our world.