I wish I were a seer and dreams come true…

14 December 2023 00:00-07:00 – night sleep

A dream happened where Putin, Biden, and another person requested by Putin met on a rug-movin’, unstable, agreeing to peace and end the war in Ukraine.

After the meeting finished, I was running after Biden and shouting to hear that now he mustn’t appraise himself that because of him, Putin decided to end the war.

In the end, a sigh of relief and applause welcomed the decision. Happiness felt through all my being.

Raz Mihal

A Dream of Peace: Reflecting on the Ukraine Conflict

Last night, I had a vivid dream that filled me with hope and a sense of relief. In this dream, President Vladimir Putin of Russia, President Joe Biden of the United States, and an unnamed third party met to negotiate an end to the war in Ukraine. The setting was surreal, with the leaders standing on a moving, unstable rug, yet somehow, they managed to agree on peace. As the meeting concluded, I found myself running after Biden, shouting that he should not take all the credit for this monumental decision. In the end, a collective sigh of relief and applause filled the air, signaling a new beginning.

This dream led me to reflect on the short but intense history of the Ukraine conflict, a war that has caused immense suffering and geopolitical tension.

The Start of the Conflict

The roots of the Ukraine conflict can be traced back to 2014, when Russia annexed Crimea, a move widely condemned by the international community. This annexation followed the ousting of Ukraine’s pro-Russian President, Viktor Yanukovych, after mass protests in Kyiv, known as the Euromaidan protests. The removal of Yanukovych set off a chain of events that would plunge Ukraine into a prolonged and bloody conflict.

Pro-Russian separatists in Eastern Ukraine, particularly in the Donetsk and Luhansk regions, declared independence, leading to fierce battles with Ukrainian forces. Despite numerous ceasefire agreements, fighting continued sporadically for years, with both sides accusing each other of violations. The Minsk agreements, brokered by France and Germany, aimed to halt the violence and establish a political solution, but their implementation proved challenging.

The Invasion of 2022

The conflict took a dramatic turn in February 2022, when Russia launched a full-scale invasion of Ukraine. The invasion was met with swift international condemnation and a flurry of sanctions against Russia. The stated aim of the Russian government was to “demilitarize and de-Nazify” Ukraine, a claim that was widely dismissed by Western leaders and analysts as a pretext for aggression.

The invasion triggered the largest refugee crisis in Europe since World War II, with millions of Ukrainians fleeing to neighboring countries. Cities like Mariupol, Kharkiv, and Kyiv faced relentless bombardments, resulting in significant civilian casualties and widespread destruction. Ukrainian forces, however, mounted a fierce resistance, aided by military support from the United States and European allies.

Diplomatic Efforts and Hopes for Peace

Throughout the conflict, various diplomatic efforts were made to bring about a ceasefire and a lasting peace. Leaders from around the world called for negotiations, but mistrust and opposing objectives often stymied these attempts. Ukraine insisted on the restoration of its territorial integrity, while Russia demanded security guarantees and recognition of its annexation of Crimea.

In my dream, the meeting on the moving rug symbolized the precarious and delicate nature of peace negotiations. Despite the instability, the leaders managed to reach an agreement, a scenario that many in the real world hope for fervently. The dream’s conclusion, where I implored Biden not to take sole credit, underscores the importance of collective efforts in achieving peace. It reminded me that ending the conflict requires humility, cooperation, and a recognition of the sacrifices made by all parties involved.

The Future

As the war continues, the international community remains engaged in seeking a resolution. Humanitarian aid flows into Ukraine, and reconstruction plans are being discussed. The resilience of the Ukrainian people and the global solidarity with their cause offer a glimmer of hope amidst the devastation.

My dream of Putin and Biden agreeing to peace, while fantastical, reflects a deep-seated desire for an end to the suffering. It serves as a reminder that even in the darkest times, the possibility of peace and renewal exists. As history has shown, conflicts eventually give way to reconciliation and rebuilding, driven by the collective will to forge a better future.

In conclusion, the war in Ukraine, with its complex history and far-reaching consequences, remains a significant global issue. The dream of peace I experienced highlights the universal yearning for resolution and harmony. While the path to peace is fraught with challenges, the hope for a better tomorrow keeps the spirit of humanity alive.

About the author

Raz Mihal wrote 179 articles on this blog.

A modern hermit who admires art, photography, beautiful souls and places.Writer and author of the book "Hearts of Love" (translation for English/Korean in progress). In works ( ◜‿◝ ): ♡ "Just Love HER" ♡ and ♡ "The Goddess Within" ♡

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