Wow!!! The photo you have looks like an evil-eye in the sky.
Anyway, one of the movies that comes to mind that teaches the true nature of the damages caused by war-----physiologically even----and then shows a perfect example, through Kevin Costners role, of how we can unlearn and relearn what the reality of war ( which is by definition nothing more than kids fighting on the playground that God provides for us; no wonder He had to cast us out of Eden---we would have found a way to blow that up too )is the movie called aptly, "The War", with Kevin Costner and Elijah Wood.
I suggest watching it when all is quiet enough to absorb what the movie is saying.
I actually even thought of having whoever attends my wake to watch that movie to understand how I've always seen war the exact way it is portrayed in this specific movie.
A great bumper sticker I read once said: "You cannot have peace while preparing for war(building missles,strategizing against others,greedily overtaking others territories only self-justified...etc...our land is God's land(or should be) so who are we to consider any one or thing our own to wage war against?
And let's not forget that Jesus Himself said "love thine enemy: if he should ask for your shirt, give him your jacket also."
Where is there war between humans in that statement?
And what about the God the Father stating:"Vengeance is MINE." There's an implied Let it be(Amen) in that statement. He'll give us what we need through trusting and asking Him for it. Not"Go pillage and plunder and you shall have it"
No judgements---I honor all who gave their life with the intent to shower peoples with a better way of life or freedom from cruel tyrants and dictators....we do have Jesus' word to protect the weak, clothe the naked and feed the hungered.
You've just got to see the movie and then decide your own acceptances or objections for yourself.
Very touching family movie---I'm holding on to my copy of the movie.
Thanks for listening. TToni9/Pauline