Page 84 paragraphvtwo of the big book of alcoholics anonymous states.
And we have ceased fighting anything or anyone.
This passage puzzles me. Taken litteraly and applied to all affairs one could theoretically face the following scenario.
Another individual states that he wants the square meter of space that you are occupying. If you vacate that space you would not have a place to occupy.
In a capitalist society where all basic needs are monotized it is necessary to compete for employment, food, space, ECT. To cease fighting would mean to cease to exist.
So in the real big bad dog eat dog world that dosent owe you a thing how do you realistialy and practically cease fighting?
I wish it it will never happen.