When someone says something and we get angry because of it, it is because of the separation that is inflicted on us or made conscious. The speaker separates himself from us and us from him by his opinion differing from ours. He causes us pain and the invisible fear of loneliness. Therefore, the mind cannot help but insist on its opinion. If he has subordinated all opinions and everyone agrees with him, then the pain of separation no longer exists for him. That is how he believes. So all quarreling and fighting about opinions, views and world views is only the attempt of the mind to restore the lost unity with its means at its disposal. He must rage in order to not have to rage in the end. He must hate, in order to not have to hate in the end any more…. Anger and hatred require a counterpart. If this counterpart no longer exists, where should rage and hatred then develop. So he believes.
Once the mind has unified all opinions and views and no longer needs to argue, isn’t what’s left for it just pain and fear?
But pain and fear do not need a counterpart. They exist independently of a second one in us humans. The mind cannot get rid of them with its means. They get lost only if he is ready to let go and to open himself to the soul perception beyond his five senses, the unity. If he does this after he has finished raging and hating, then he himself is a destroyed being, which finally returns home after long wanderings. If he does this before he even begins to rage and hate, then he is a great being of light. If the pain is relieved, then there is no more basis for fear, anger and hatred.