“Change is the only constant in life,” so said Heraclitus, a pre-Socractic Greek philosopher who lived around 500 BC. He was right way back then, and he is right today. One thing that doesn’t seem to change, however, is conflict. A Course in Miracles says. “Conflict is the root of all evil, for being blind it does not see whom it attacks. Yet it always attacks the Son of God, and the Son of God is you.” As you can see, conflict is the antithesis of a holy encounter. A holy encounter shows us the commonality in a situation and ourselves, whereas conflict shows only the separation . . .