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There are three ways to bring unity between two opposites: One Introduce a power that transcends them both, and to which they both utterly surrender their entire being. Externally, they now seem at peace with one other, because they are both under the influence of the same force. But they themselves know that they are not truly at peace, and that such peace cannot endure, because their own being is simply ignored. Two Find a middle ground...
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