Amid unsettling growing anti-Semitism in the world, it is apt, and appropriate, that one of boxing’s biggest names in heavyweight history has given a quick reminder to some with short memories.
History while irrelevant, like the future, in that neither can be controlled, unlike the present which is the most important, is only useful if it can be learned from.
Underlined by a root consensus motivation for the betterment of humanity.
World War II and the Holocaust’s times were not that long ago.
One of the darkest chapters in human history.
Former heavyweight champion Wladimir Klitschko reminded people of this recently.
Amid some growing anti-Semitism in some part of the world:
The translation from Ukrainian to English is approximately:
“A symbolic synagogue in Babyn Yar has opened in Kyiv. The event was timed to May 14 – the Day of Remembrance of Ukrainians who saved Jews during World War II.”
Respect and peace is a two-way street.
For all people.
In all countries.
Anti-Semitism is wrong.
Just like Anti-Christianity, Anti-Islam or anti-anything is immoral.
From any human percipience, discernment or understanding. There is balance to everything.
Logic suggests differences are the only causes of any dissension or war.
Therefore, understood reasonable resolution is only possible by the following.
Firstly acknowledging and respecting the other member of humanity’s viewpoint. This requires intellect for discussion. Not debate. Per se. Between sober minded grown adults.
Klitschko brings up a good point at the moment above. Particularly amid ongoing antipathy in various countries in the world.
Strife that has little to do with politics.
But everything to do with humanity. Peace is the only answer. God in control of everything at the end of the day. This life is only short. Eternity is forever.
We never take sides. Nor look at pointless politics. Nor engage in disputation. Why bother. No need. Waste of energy and time.
Outside of all beliefs or creeds, good old common sense wisdom suggests peace is the only answer, too.
Let the fighting be done in the ring by boxers like Klitschko above.
And modern day heavyweight champions.
Without peace, there is nothing.