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Conflict usually begins when we don’t get what we want. It almost always begins with selfish motives.
Absalom wanted to be king. The only way he could do that was to take the kingdom away from his father, David (II Samuel 15:1-12).
You know you are in conflict when you are daydreaming for something you want – a thing, a position or a viewpoint – and it is always connected to feelings of deep-seated hatred, or being in disagreement with someone in order to point out differences, especially when compared.
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