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War is any active hostility contention or struggle Throughout our lives we wage a constant mental war This spiritual war is a languid process that shapes our lives and engenders many journeys in life Conflict arises within our vibrant minds through decisions and emotions that we make from a day to day basis This battlefield promotes failure and success Decisions make up the main bulk of our inner conflict In making a decision two possible situations come to mind--one can either do this or that The decisions can either be one of great complexity or a fairly simple one An example of a complex decision can be the choice to take or refuse drugs if asked by a peer to use them By refusing to take the drugs it shows self-confidence and strong character A simple decision can be thinking of what to have for lunch Complex or simple regret accompanies the wrong choice One fine example from the novel A Separate Peace comes when Gene made the decision to jounce the limb and make Finny fall from the tree This in the end caused much of Genes regret and ignorance because it finished Finnys athletic career and later causes Finny to die Another decision in the novel came when Finny forgave Gene Even though Gene ruined Finnys life Finny made the hard choice to forgive and forget what Gene had done The human mind is a cave swarming with a multifarious amount of emotions from love to misery Of all the emotions misery becomes the greatest battle we wage in our war We are most vulnerable to misery and depression In one point in time we will come up against misery Learning to cope with misery becomes one of the hardest stages in life Misery is a hole that we must learn to climb out of By continuing to remain miserable only digs this hole deeper and deeper until we are unable to
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