A fight between friends, which may erupt after issues have been left on the ‘back burner’, leaves smoke in the eyes.
A fight may begin when someone’s sense of fairness is challenged.
If a fight keeps coming, someone may feel justified in asserting one’s point of view.
But a fight is a distraction to what we really want—to get along and be happy.
Psalm 133:1 tells us how wonderful peace can be when people live together.
“It is truly wonderful when relatives live together in peace.” (Psalm 133:1, Contemporary English Version)
Being at peace is like rain sweeping over our senses. We can cherish those moments and pray for many more of them.