We stand at a point where one nuclear power is pointing the fingers of blame at another nuclear power. We have watched in horror as race riots have erupted all over the US fueled by hatred. We have felt deeply saddened as victims of hatred fall after extremist attacks, as innocent women and children are bombed in other countries are bombed in the name of rooting out terrorism. We are constantly looking for others to blame- welfare cheats, the 1%, greedy corporations, rogue states, the refugees, the White Supremacists, the extremists, those who practise a different religion, the intellectual elites, the colonial powers, President Trump, big labour, the war mongers, the naive peaceniks, the polluters, the consumers, and the list goes on. Depending on who you are, you have your own list. We have all made such decision to point fingers and say I am right and you are wrong and we have made these decisions without measuring the cost. And our world has descended into one of increasing violence. In our pursuit of who is right and who is wrong, we conveniently remember all the pains heaped on ourselves and people like us, and we forget the pain that we may have overtly or inadvertently caused to others.