There is a legend from Greek mythology that the god
Hercules was once walking along a narrow road when a
strange-looking creature appeared threateningly in
front of him. Hercules struck this creature with his
club and passed on, but soon afterwards was surprised
to be confronted by this same creature, only now three
times as large. Hercules struck it again and again and
each time it grew in size until finally it completely
blocked the road. Then the goddess Pallas Athena
appeared to Hercules and told him to stop. "The
monster is called Strife," she said. "Let it alone, and it
will soon become as small as it was at first."

All quarreling and strife will certainly return to
manageable proportions and ultimately cease if one of
the quarrelers lets it alone. One is either a
peacemaker or one is a "stirrer"—determined to keep
the argument going for the sake of personal gain or
satisfaction.

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