Each one thinks they are right and the other is wrong. No matter what you think of this, it is a balancing act. It is creating balance out of a highly emotionally charged situation. It is a yin/yang effect. In ancient Chinese philosophy, yin and yang represent ideas that encompass the meaning of all reality and its ceaseless state of change. Change is inevitable and constant. Yin and Yang offer hope that difficulties will evolve into better conditions. Yin and Yang also remind us that the best of times change, so preparation will help navigate life’s constantly changing landscape. Breathe and flow through challenging times. Strive not to offer any resistance. Be like a river and flow over the rocks, not against them. Yin and Yang reminds us that there is a balance between two opposites which create a whole. Day and Night. Sun and Moon. Light and Dark. Differences actually compliment each other. We are all unique and made in the image of Divine Spirit and the intense love flows through our veins. Reach for this love in times of despair. Reach for this love in times of disagreement. Reach for this love when emotions run high. Don’t push it away. There will always be two sides. Each person has a perspective that is unique. Respect for your fellow man and his perspective is called for. Understand. Be one. Pray. Meditate. Love like Divine Spirit. Forgive. Offer Compassion. Forge forward together as one. Do not divide.