It can be said that the Nazi regime was annihilated by the rebounding force of its own terrible negativity. Certainly, the regime ended up with most of the world ranged against it. It is a lesson to us that in all things there must be moderation and there must be balance. It can be considered political or sensible to embrace a moderate approach to any endeavour. But this is not merely a question of being sensible or tactically astute. The moderate etc approach to any issue entails a recognition of other ways and most importantly of other points of view. This will invariably ease the journey towards any goal, but by recognising the existence of other ways and other points of view the route through becomes a holistic route. Pitfalls are not just avoided; enemies can actually become allies. This is true also when we achieve balance in what we do. Moderation and balance are sides of the same coin. They embrace and include. And inclusivity has to be the key to all of our endeavours, all of our journeys. Inclusivity is the manifestation of the ultimate truth of everything: in that ALL is ONE. All good things spring forth from that Truth and from our manifesting in all we do that Truth.